Decade older; what have we got?
Mackenzie Gas Project faces being overtaken by Alaska line, shale gas; Ziff Energy analyst — pipeline dead without government money
For Petroleum News
In more than a decade since visionaries unveiled the second serious attempt in 30 years to develop Canada’s Arctic natural gas resources — call it Mackenzie Mark II — time has been wasted; costs have spiraled upward; question marks hang over the project’s financial returns; and hopes have soured.
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Mark I scuttled in 1977
Review panel in fifth year
No longer tactful
Montney and Horn River
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