Yes, sounds good.
Certainly, that is our objective, to get a pilot established in maritime Canada, using a unique index that's reflective of eastern Canadian pricing. We're working on an industry-funded project right now that's going to develop that specific index. That work is going on with price collection data and looking at the cost of upgrading certain databases for a particular administrator. We're working on some of that information right now, to establish what the overall cost would be.
We've done some estimating around what potential liabilities would be for provincial governments and the federal government with deficit financing and backstopping a runoff if maritime producers were to go off the current western index right now. That was a very rough estimate of about $5 million of potential liability for different participation levels from producers in maritime Canada.
A number of these agreements that are in place between the federal government and the western provinces that participate in the program right now do have all of that information, and we're looking to work with them.