Throughout the commodity price downturn Canadian based producers fine-tuned drilling technology with smarter completions and more frac stages to drive up productivity. Several sub-plays on the BC side of Montney have seen cost breakevens fall by more than $1/mmbtu in the past 6-12 months; dry gas breakevens in parts of Montney and Deep Basin now rival breakevens in key sub-plays in the Marcellus and Utica. Meanwhile, de-contracting on the TransCanada (TCPL) Mainline since winter 2016 has impacted export flows leaving the basin and pressured AECO to the downside. Canadian producers really came together in February 2017 to support TransCanada’s proposed long-term fixed-price service from Empress to Dawn, allowing Canadian producers to compete more effectively in the eastern Canadian markets against US Northeast supply, starting in November 2017. We have revised our WCSB production outlook from the previous update, now featuring sustained production growth over the forecast period.