Roller-coaster ride for Canadian gas
Ziff Energy suggests producers shut in wells rather than continue storage injections; lower service costs yet to bolster activities
For Petroleum News
From the staggering heights of two winters ago, the Canadian natural gas industry has descended into one of the most stomach-churning periods in its history.
As quickly as a glimmer of hope surfaces — service costs are down 10-20 percent from a year ago, while heat waves and the prospect of a punish....
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