Heading toward a border showdown
British Columbia, Montana at standstill in feud over CBM, coal projects; no new talks in sight, but B.C. won’t impose a moratorium
For Petroleum News
British Columbia and Montana keep edging closer to a showdown over coalbed methane and coal development on the B.C. side of their international border, but neither seems ready to end a 10-month hiatus in their efforts to settle environmental concerns.
No formal talks have been scheduled since Octobe....
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