Canadian gas going downhill
Natural gas production decline since 2006 eats into shipments to United States; shale plays cut into demand
For Petroleum News
Canadian natural gas production has declined by 12 percent since the end of 2006 and is likely to slide even more in 2009, the National Energy Board has forecast.
This year alone, output has shrunk by almost 1 million cubic feet per day and is expected to exit 2008 at 15.3 billion cubic feet per day....
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