Frick and Frack

Morais, Richard C.
November 2008
Forbes Asia;11/10/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 19, p80
The article focuses on an announcement by Calgary, Alberta-based gas producer EnCana Corp. of secretly spending $500 million to acquire half a million acres in the Rocky Mountain foothills straddling British Columbia and Alberta. It states that EnCana, at $25 billion in likely revenue for 2008, is the largest gas producer of North America and one of the lowest-cost operators. It offers information on the drilling technologies used by EnCana, including horizontal drilling and tracking.


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