Jun 22, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger
An oversupply of natural gas and weak prices have not deterred investors from snapping up rights to drill and explore in the hot Horn River shale rock basin in British Columbia, betting the commodity will soon recover.
Good bet. And the need to develop distribution means that it will take a LONG time to come 'online' so get it now for tomorrows needs.
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