LNG Prospects Keep M&A, Drilling Robust in Montney

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Market volatility may be temporarily stymying M&A activity across much of North America’s shale sector, but not in Western Canada. The region’s gas-rich Montney Shale has seen a burst of consolidation that shows little sign of abating, thanks to impending access to LNG exports, industry officials and analysts say.

M&A, Independent E&Ps, Gas Supply, Shale
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