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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE ItTMBRIDGE HERAID II, 1'72 Find gas again in Arctic region JEAN CHRETIEN' encouraging sigi: OllAWA tCl') Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien announced Tuesday that I'anarclic Oils Ltd. has found gas again on Melville Island in the Arctic, calling it a "very, very encouraging sign" cl a major gas field in the re- gion. He (old a quickly-called press conference that the latest well doubles the estimates of gas re- serves in the area, to five tril- lion cubic feel. It brings estimated reserves of the Arctic Islands to about 15 trillion cubic feet, closer to the 23 trillion needed to pay for a gas pipeline to Eastern Canada r a n a r c t i c is 45-per-cent owned by the government, with 19 oil companies owning other 55 per cent. Mr. Chretien said the new well is especially important be cause it is 11 miles from an other Panarctic well, indicatin. a really huge field." Another veil, six miles from the lirst, also hit gas. Two other fields have been ocated north of Melville Island, it Krisloffer Bay and King Christian. NO But Mr. Chretien could offer no prediction when total re- serves could he found to add up to the total needed to justify a 2.000-mile pipeline to Toronto or Montreal, and the eastern United States. Panarctic has been drilling in the N'orth for three years. It shares the latest well with Tenneco Oil and Minerals Ltd. Its other sites are also joint ventures with private oil con- sortiums. The new well is on the shore of Melville, but Mr. Chretien said no permits have yet beer granted lor offshore drilling be- cause of the threat of pollution. The minister said that despite he island discoveries, the first jas pipeline will deliver gas rom reserves in the Mackenzie Delta, tiirongh the Mackenzie Valley to the Prairies. A second pipeline would take island gas down either side of Hudson Bay to Eastern Can- ada. Surveyors have been plot- ting both sides of the hay seek- ing the most economical route, but no decision on the route lias been made. ICE PROBLEM The biggest problem with that line is crossing the ice- laden seas to the mainland. Aside from urban Canada and the United States, the min- ister said the second pipeline could also deliver fuel to ore sites in Quebec or the North> west Territories and northern Manitoba. That might permit milling in regions where energy now is too costly to be profit- able. Canada would export "only what we think is in surplus." He said no oil has been found beneath the gas on Melville Island. Panarctic lias already struck oil on Ellesnrerc Island, The petroleum industry, in eluding PanarcLic, is lo pursue its exploration this winter in program estimated lo cost million. Firm lifted EDMONTON (CP) Green land Exploration Co. Ltd. an nounced it has been listed 01 the oil section of the Van couver Stock Exchange. The Edmonton-based firm su pervised a geological study i Greenland during the summer a company statement said. Oil drillers get pay hike CALGAKY UT> A now pay scale pvovicling an average vagc incvcasi! of 11 per cent wus announced today by the Canadian Association of Oilwcll Contractors. Increased wages and added fringe benefits should encour- age new workers and Iw'P re- tain workers now in lire indus- try, John 1'otcr, association ex- ecutive vice president, said. Hourly wanes for drillers will increase to from 55.30, while derrick men will receive an increase of 50 cents. Motor men will receive up from S3.BO and lluod men will re- ceive S-i.W. a 50-cent increase. The association represents 41 drilling contractors, including all contractors in western Can- ada. The salary increases are ef- fective Nov. 1. 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PANTf PAS CUIOTTE MISSES1 BRUSHED You'll want to stock up for fall at this low price 1 Stretch nylon with nude heels, regu- lar briefs sheer seamless stockings. Beij-e or Spice, One size. Selett from saddle? shape waistband wilh back oke, jean lype slacks or western pant styles. ALUMINUM COOKWARE Navy, berry, lilac, rust, light blue. Sizes O-13 Choose the piece you want and save! Covered Sauce- pans, Tea Kettles, French Fry Sets, Egg Poachers. Open Daily 9 am, to 6 p.m. Thuwday and Friday 9 am to 9 TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY SPOUT: WHA Hockey, G Cli. 1. Edmonton Oilers meet the Nationals at Ottawa as tlie new professional hockey circuit makes its how. SPOUT: NHI. Hockey, C p.m., Cli. U. The Montreal Ca- nadiens meet the Maple Leafs at Toronto. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Daughter of the. Cli. 13. A tale of espionage, the occult and a psychologist who claims to have seen liis late daughter. MUSICAL: Lawrence 9 p.m., Cli. 7. Surreys, horses and Hie company dressed as farm toys and girls ara featured on the show along with the appropriate tunes. INTERVIEW: Jlcrv Griffin, 12 miilniglil, Cli, 13. Guests are Dill Dixby, James Brolin, Gary Collins, Lloyd Haynes, Kent McCord and John Saxon. MOVIE DRAMA: "Night Must a.m., Cli. 7. A remake of the 1937 classic about a brutal murder in an English village. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Fort Courageous." 1 p.m., Cli. 13. Cavalry Iroops put up a brave fight against warring Indians. COMEDY: Paid Lynde, p.m., Cli. 13. Paul is the sour note in this family as the kids leave home and his wife is in a ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs bra titled by the radio and tctevtilon station. Any variation In program schedule if duo to Jatt- mlnulo change! by the stations and li not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. 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