Methane dispute reignites in B.C.

Methane dispute reignites in B.C. by Wendy Stueck, August 22, 2007, Globe and Mail Report on Business
Opponents says coal bed methane projects could pollute surface and ground water, threaten fish and wildlife habitat, and disrupt a remote wilderness landscape. Coal bed methane is natural gas found in coal seams. B.C. currently does not have any coal bed methane production, but the province has voiced support for coal bed gas development.

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