EnCana ups reward for help to solve Dawson Creek bombings

EnCana Corp., Calgary, has doubled its reward offer to $1 million for help in solving six bombings of its natural gas facilities in the Tomslake area near Dawson Creek, BC.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, July 30
-- EnCana Corp., Calgary, has doubled its reward offer to $1 million for help in solving six bombings of its natural gas facilities in the Tomslake area near Dawson Creek, BC.

The company says the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is investigating the six bombings that occurred between October 2008 and July 2009 at three pipeline locations, a metering shed on an EnCana well site, and two wellheads.

The most recent attack on a wellhead occurred on July 1 and took 4 days to bring under control, EnCana says.

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