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Canadian concerns about blowout in the high Arctic off-shore environment

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John,

Here is an article that discussed Canadian concerns about blowout in the high Arctic off-shore environment and how difficult it would be to kill a blowout in a single season. Thought you might find it interesting. I don’t think US regulators are as tough on this matter as the Canadians are.

Policy Recommendations for Reforming Canada’s Approach to …

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Don’t know if you saw this or not. These gas fields could contain as much as 7 trillion cu. meters of gas (220 trillion cu. ft.of gas.)That is equivalent to about 60% of total US reserves, and about four times as much as the new giant shale gas discovery in Canada.

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The boom in very large natural gas discoveries and development continues unabated.

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The world’s fastest-growing oil frontier | Energy | News | Financial Post

And then there is this article. My how times have changed.

Unleashing the North American Energy Colossus – Manhattan Institute

These web sites have some interesting photos of onshore and offshore blowouts and gas line explosions.

Oilfield Blowouts & Explosions – Drilling Ahead

Oilfield Blowout Photos and Rig Fires, Wild Wells

Some of the photos are pretty spectacular.

Thought your readers might like the entertainment.

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