British Columbia was aflutter in the months leading up to 2013.
But it was a quiet kind of excitement. Astounding wells results, shale exploration, joint ventures and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports were all in play in the north.
In the Duvernay, companies were likely keeping quiet about what they’ve found in the Canadian shale.
“It’s still relatively early stages for the Duvernay,” Hugh Hopewell, senior upstream research analyst for Wood Mackenzie, told Hart Energy. “We suspect that some of the operators are keeping quiet about their results and ...