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cutbank

[′kət‚baŋk]
(geology)
The concave bank of a winding stream that is maintained as a steep or even overhanging cliff by the action of water at its base.
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The design of the Duvernay I plant closely resembles that of Pembina's two recent 100 MMcf/d shallow cut gas plants at its Cutbank Complex ("Musreau II" and "Musreau III").
The areas surrounding Pembina's existing gas processing facilities at Musreau, part of our Cutbank Complex, continue to be a focus for customers producing liquids-rich natural gas.
We were hunting along a creek at the foot of a high cutbank.
BRANDON KREITLER'S poems appear in Conjunctions, Boston Review, DIAGRAM, Indiana Review, Maggy, Cutbank, Verse Daily, Vanitas, Atlas Review, Sonora Review, Eoagh, and elewhere.
He staggered, then trotted directly away from me toward the edge of the cutbank down into the river channel proper.
have appeared in places such as CutBank, Mid-American Review, Best New
His poetry and book reviews have appeared in Verse, Sonora Review, Tarpaulin Sky, InDigest, Drunken Boat, CutBank, iO, Umbrella Factory Magazine, Barrelhouse Magazine, and elsewhere.
4bn for Encana Cutbank Ridge gas assets but decided in June 2011 to withdraw that offer after negotiations with the company failed.
The agreement to sell Mitsubishi a stake in the massive Cutbank Ridge field in the Western Canadian province, coming as Encana announced an 8 per cent drop in fourth-quarter operating profit, is the latest in a string of asset sales by the Calgary-based energy producer.
9 billion in the Cutbank Ridge Partnership, which includes about 409,000 net acres of undeveloped Montney lands in British Columbia, the Canadian firm said.
MC) has announced that today it has agreed to acquire a 40% Partnership interest in the Cutbank Ridge Partnership (CRP), which was formed to develop a natural gas asset located in the Montney land of northeastern British Columbia, Canada.
acquire a 50-percent interest in Encana's Cutbank Ridge business assets in