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Dide what lol. Al was not landing power shots, he landed like 24 shots the entire fight and Khabib was perfectly fine with standing right in front of him. Maybe you thought he was landing because Joe would start screaming every time he wound up but that wasn the case.
CALGARY Canadian natural gas producers just limped through a period of the lowest natural gas prices in 26 years, but companies are optimistic the sector outlook is improving.A handful of Calgary based natural gas companies reported second quarter financial results Thursday and bemoaned the near record low monthly natural gas prices recorded in Alberta AECO market for the period.Multiple companies, including Peyto Exploration and Development Corp. And Pine Cliff Energy Ltd., shut in some of their natural gas wells in the quarter and are actively looking to diversify away from the Alberta market.Crushed Canadian gas sector finally seeing a ray of lightCanada’s biggest LNG project that would boost global supplies by 10% nears make or break momentCanadian LNG expected to have knock on boost to country’s oil outputIn addition, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., the largest natural gas producer in the country, announced last week that it had shut in gas production of 27,000 million cubic feet per day in the quarter as a result of depressed prices.Analysts covering the sector expect Canadian total gas production to fall over the course of the year as a result of widespread shut ins but say predicting how far it will fall is a challenge as companies continue to adjust their production levels given changing prices.Peyto announced that daily and monthly natural gas prices sunk to their lowest level since 1992 during the second quarter and the company made a decision to scale back operations in the period.new wells were brought on production as Peyto deliberately curtailed capital investment due to extremely low gas prices, the company said in a release. It reported net earnings of $30 million in the second quarter, a 24 per cent drop from the same period last year.Part of the problem, Peyto president and CEO Darren Gee said, is natural gas pipeline connections within Alberta were built for a period where companies drilled in the southern part of the province and shipped their gas to Eastern Canadian markets.