LNG exports

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Ottawa turns blind eye to obvious benefits of natural gas exportation

Generating returns to investors and shareholders in energy companies is a good thing.

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Canada did not ‘miss’ its LNG window—it was nailed shut

Despite the demand, Canada has only one operational LNG terminal.

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Canada’s lost LNG opportunities due to dearth of export facilities

European natural gas prices have risen more than 30 per cent since Russia invaded Ukraine.

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The facility will produce 26 million tons per year of liquefied natural gas.

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Last month Petronas pulled the plug on the Pacific Northwest LNG project.

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British Columbia’s natural gas resources are substantial and the international market for liquefied natural gas is growing.

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Canadian natural gas, sold to markets in India and Asia, could displace some of their need to generate power with coal.

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The cost of regulatory delay imposed upon LNG investments in B.C. could reach C$24.8 billion per year by 2025.

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The regulatory approval process for Pacific NorthWest LNG has taken more than 750 days and counting.

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More than 25 First Nation communities in the province have signed LNG development agreements with project proponents.