RBC — Canadian energy giant EnCana Corp., Colorado’s second-largest gas producer, announced Monday it will split the company into separate natural gas and oil companies. According to The Denver Post, no changes are expected for EnCana operations, including its network of gas wells in the Piceance Basin. The gas company will have about 3,500 workers and the oil company about 2,000 workers.
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