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The globe and mail Andrew Willis, June 10, 2008 at 4:07 PM EDT Believe it or not, one of North America’s hottest energy plays is the lower St. Lawrence river, where they are drilling for natural gas under picturesque Quebec towns, century farms and that big rock with a hole in it.
LYNN MOORE The Gazette Thursday, May 22, 2008 Exploration activity for natural gas in Quebec’s St. Lawrence Lowlands is moving to the front burner, pushed by partners Questerre Energy Corp. and Talisman Energy Canada, who announced a $100-million pilot program yesterday to assess the potential of unconventional gas in the area.
Shaun Polczer Calgary Herald Thursday, May 22, 2008 Talisman Energy Inc. on Wednesday said it plans to spend $420 million to drill a series of pilot wells to test the potential of its unconventional gas properties. Speaking in New York, CEO John Manzoni outlined a strategic shift that will see the company sell off non-core […]
April 3, 2008 NORVAL SCOTT CALGARY — Quebec stands on the verge of becoming a major natural gas producer, as a U.S. energy company has reported significant discoveries of shale gas that could transform the region into North America’s next hot new exploration zone.
Forest Oil Announces Significant Gas Discovery in Utica Shale and Acquires Ark-La-Tex Properties for $285 Million
DENVER, Apr 01, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) Forest Oil Corporation (NYSE:FST) (Forest or the Company) announced today a new natural gas discovery in the Utica Shale located in Quebec, Canada. In addition, the Company announced that is has agreed to purchase properties located in its Ark-La-Tex core areas for $285 million.
Deep Gas Target …” The zone appears as a depression (a graben) at the top of Trenton formation of Ordovician age. The depression is interpreted by Paul Laroche, Consultant Geologist – Geophysicist, to have been caused by hydrothermal dolomitization of fractured limestones (hydrothermal dolomite reservoir facies). His report points out that targets in similar geological […]