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A yellow Encana natural gas pipeline marker is seen along a road on state forest park land in Kalkaska, Mich.
A yellow Encana natural gas pipeline marker is seen along a road on state forest park land in Kalkaska, Mich.
(REBECCA COOK/REUTERS)

Encana executive departs amid talk of U.S. gas field sale

A senior Encana Corp. executive in charge of a major U.S. natural gas field resigned as a report surfaced that the company was in talks to sell the property, though a spokesman said there was no connection.

Julia Gwaltney, who was vice-president of Western Operations in Encana’s U.S. business, announced she was leaving the company a week ago, said Doug Hock, Denver-based spokesman.