B.C. struggles with coalbed methane
Shell Canada takes ‘time out’ from Klappan play for concerns of aboriginal communities, shrinking chances of ‘08 production
For Petroleum News
British Columbia’s hopes of becoming the second Canadian province after Alberta to commercially produce coalbed methane have been narrowed to two junior producers.
Shell Canada’s Klappan play in the northwestern Bowser basin, tagged as a coalbed methane resource capable of challenging North America’....
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Break to facilitate talks
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