Worst Case Scenario

This documentary looks at the risks of a proposed sour gas well near Clearwater River, in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. Farmers and landowners all share concerns. Residents opposed to the well fear a deadly hydrogen sulphide leak. Shell Canada says it must drill to meet energy needs. When mediation talks break down, both sides anxiously await a ruling from Alberta's Energy and Utilities Board.

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Comments

  • merlinsdreams

    “A fascinating documentary. All credit to the population who opposed the well and their dignified manner in doing so. I would dearly love to know if Shell re-applied and if so what measures the residents were able to take for their safety and way of life. It was heart warming to see this victory for the people who stated their case so passionately - an example of 'Community' in the real sense of the word. ” — merlinsdreams, 28 Aug 2014

  • Alejandrost

    “nice film” — Alejandrost, 8 Jan 2012

  • Alejandrost

    “nice film” — Alejandrost, 8 Jan 2012

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Film Credits

participant
Martha Kostuch
Brian Bietz
Rudy Zimmer
Shawn Denstedt
director
Glynis Whiting
narration
David Suzuki
editor
Tim Reed
director of photography
Ray Fitzwalter
location sound
Jamie Kidd
Ron Osiowy
Gary Bruckner
Stan Jackson
Clifford Cockrall
music composer
Jan Randall
sound editor
Downy Karvonen
sound mix
Kelly Cole
Miguel Nunes
consultant
Bill Locke
researcher
Bill Locke
producer
Jerry Krepakevich

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