Sunday, July 19, 2009

News Roundup

Links and Stories of Interest

Is the Future of Alaska's LNG Plant About To Flame Out?

Massive Shale Gas Field Found in BC

"The Horn River basin is located just south of Fort Liard and the NWT – BC border. An estimated 250 trillion cubic feet of shale gas is estimated for the basin, of which 20 per cent is reportedly recoverable."
The future for Alaska gas
"GTL’s have an unlimited market in U.S. today, tomorrow and 20 years from now"
Actual achievements point to Denali pipeline plan a success (By BUD FACKRELL)
"At Denali, we continue to take a long-term view of the project and believe there is a place for Alaska's gas in the North American market. The announcement by Exxon Mobil and TransCanada to work together on a competing project has not changed Denali's plans or goals. We have accomplished much over the last year and are focused on doing the work to make the Denali project a success. We have the team that can get the job done right."
Kitimat LNG Signs MOU with EOG Resources Canada for Natural Gas Supply
Kitimat LNG Inc. announced today that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with EOG Resources Canada (EOG) to supply natural gas to Kitimat LNG’s proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Kitimat, B.C.

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