Canada Wants to Expand its LNG Footprint

Canada Wants to Expand its LNG Footprint

Canada Wants to Expand its LNG Footprint

October 18, 2022--Written by Daniel Graeber for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The Canadian government said it could help ease the looming energy crisis by pursuing export terminals for liquified natural gas (LNG) so long as they're "economically viable."

Construction is underway for a terminal in Kitimat, British Columbia, that could eventually feed the demand for natural gas in the Asian economy. British Columbia holds one of the largest and most accessible sources of natural gas in the world in its Montney Shale, and liquefaction technology means those resources would no longer be locked in North America.

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