Talisman Energy exits GTL project with Sasol

By OGJ editors

Talisman Energy Inc. decided against participating in Sasol Canada's gas-to-liquids project following completion of a feasibility study.

Sasol Canada is a unit of Sasol Ltd. of South Africa.

John A. Manzoni, Talisman president and chief executive officer, said Talisman continues joint development of its Montney shale gas play in northeast British Columbia with Sasol.

Talisman's decision to exit the GTL project will not impact its upstream partnerships with Sasol.

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