But as the prospect of the massive $16-billion Mackenzie Gas Project fades — sagging gas prices, skyrocketing construction costs witnessed over a near-biblical hearing and decision making-process all to blame — and the current wells run dry, the town’s 3,000 residents are now faced with two choices: return to diesel or switch to synthetic natural gas. Either would double current energy and heating costs and the former option would add upwards of $20,000 per home to replace gas furnaces and any appliances running on the relatively cheap fuel.
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