Encana is one of the largest producers of natural gas in North America. Like other major gas-heavy E&Ps, Encana has suffered as a result of the weak pricing environment. It has amassed 3 million net acres to add some liquids to its production mix, since even a little bit of oil revenue goes a long way.
In today's video, Paul and Matt discuss the latest developments at Encana and look forward to its upcoming results. As expected, the name of the game is liquids. Investors want to see good results from Encana's various liquids plays and want to see an increase in liquids production from last quarter's 28,000 barrels per day. Watch the video for the full details.
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