The ofﬁcial publication of the Canadian Association of Drilling Engineers
THE DRAWING BOARD
Editor’s note, member’scorner, news and notes,technical luncheons
STUDENT INDUSTRY NIGHT
BY THE NUMBERS
Natural gas drilling stillproﬁtable in Pennsylvania
Great expectations for B.C.’snatural gas industry arebeing tempered by uncertaineconomics
Dealing with low gas prices inthe ﬁeld and in the ofﬁce
A FLICKER OF HOPE
If everything goes accordingto plan, natural gas pricesshould get a boost
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