Except they aren't LEAVING the province, they have FINISHED this stage of work and don't MEED that equipment anymore.Now they go STUDY the data and see if it is PROFITABLE or not to crack for oil HERE.REMEMBER, SWN gave the odds at TEN percent a year ago that drilling would be FINANCIALLY possible here.
I think you just gave the argument FOR their leaving. Given only a ten percent viability, and given that that was BEFORE this summer when they said they were losing, what was it, 50 grand every day, then I think that 10 percent dropped WAY down. I think their board would be facing a lawsuit from their shareholders if they do come back.
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