Life Inside a Science Project

Life Inside a Science Project by Andrew Nikiforuk, The Globe and Mail Report on Business, April 29, 2005

In the scenic badlands of Alberta, an hour’s drive northeast of Calgary, Jessica Ernst loved to savour the prairie evening on he back porch. Then EnCana Inc. planted a new compressor station 870 metres away. The olive green facility – what Ernst calls “an ugly piece-of-shit noise maker” – is an inseparable companion to the energy industry’s next big thing, coal bed methane (CBM). …

In above photo: Encana’s VP Stacy Knull and Manager Mark Taylor (now Executive Vice President, Operations Division, AER)

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