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Pipeline constraints could add to natural gas price volatility, weaken future earnings and give pause to producers considering IPOs this year. (CHAD HIPOLITO For The Globe and Mail)
Pipeline constraints could add to natural gas price volatility, weaken future earnings and give pause to producers considering IPOs this year. (CHAD HIPOLITO For The Globe and Mail)

Natural gas producers in B.C., Alberta hit by pipeline outages Add to ...

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A bright spot in Canada’s troubled energy sector is being hit hard by regional pipeline outages.

Natural gas producers in northwestern Alberta and northeastern British Columbia are benefiting from dramatic leaps in the productivity of their wells – just as North American natural gas prices are expected to rise this year.

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