While observers of Alberta?s economy have been captivated by the widening (and now narrowing) price differential of crude oil, the price for that other hydrocarbon has been quietly staging a comeback.
Natural gas?once the primary driver of Alberta?s energy economy?had seen its price collapse a few years ago largely due to a massive increase in American supply. Between 2011 and 2012, the North American benchmark price had dropped from over $US 5.00 per mmBtu to below US 2.00/mmBtu. Alberta ...
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