unconventional

One Hot Play: The Fort Worth Basin’s Barnett Shale

In a world of accelerating decline rates, depleting reserves and LNG uncertainty, unconventional gas plays in the Lower 48 are something to be excited about. This is particularly true of the burgeoning Barnett Shale play in the Forth Worth basin of north-central Texas.

January 17, 2006

Uncertainty Surrounds Two Growing Natural Gas Sources, Rockies & LNG

The good news for growing U.S. natural gas demand is that declining traditional reserves can be replaced by a combination of Rocky Mountain unconventional supplies and increased imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG), but the bad news is the fact that permitting for new supply projects in these two sectors may be difficult to obtain, a panel of energy lawyers told an industry conference Thursday in Santa Fe, NM. Ultimately, Uncle Sam or neighboring Mexico could hold the keys to unlocking these supplies.

July 18, 2005

While BC Eyes CBM Incentives, Alberta Expects 3,000 CBM Wells in ’05

While British Columbia continues to try and kickstart coalbed methane (CBM) development with royalty and tax breaks, development of these unconventional resources is accelerating in Alberta without government help.

March 28, 2005

While BC Eyes CBM Incentives, Alberta Expects 3,000 CBM Wells in ’05

While British Columbia continues to try and kickstart coalbed methane (CBM) development with royalty and tax breaks, development of these unconventional resources is accelerating in Alberta without government help.

March 28, 2005
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