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Natural gas has generated over $450 billion dollars in revenue in Canada and the U.S.
Encana is the owner and operator of the Deep Panuke gas field, located offshore Nova Scotia. The Deep Panuke natural gas project involves the installation of the facilities required to produce natural gas from the field, located approximately 250 kilometres southeast of Halifax (on the Scotian shelf). Produced gas will be transported to shore by subsea pipeline and Encana will transport this natural gas via the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline to a delivery point in eastern Canada. Natural gas production commenced in 2013.
At December 31, 2012, Encana held an interest in approximately 76,000 gross acres (32,000 net acres) in Atlantic Canada, which includes Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. Encana operates six of its nine licenses in these areas and has an average working interest of approximately 42 percent.
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