Canadian Gas Supply Outlook Gives Cause For Optimism

Jim Oosterbaan Ziff Energy Inc. Calgary Tom Woods Ziff Energy Inc. Houston The Canadian gas industry has more than doubled in size since the mid-1980s. Gas production has expanded northward in Western Canada and is now poised, with the large discoveries at Fort Liard, Alta., to make a giant leap north of the 60th parallel into the southern regions of the Yukon and Northwest territories. In addition, gas production off the Atlantic Coast is slated to begin in late 1999. By all rights, the Canadian gas industry should be successful and looking forward with eager anticipation to further successes and continual growth. But, at this pinnacle of suc...

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