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Port Edward LNG ticks the boxes


A planned small-scale LNG plant in BC will offer ‘the lowest carbon-intensive LNG facility anywhere in the world.’ 

Newsletter: LNG Canada to expand?


Resolution of key financial issues around Coastal GasLink, and growing Asian demand for LNG, spark speculation about LNG Canada expansion.

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MT @CDNEnergyCentre: Europe's energy crisis is leading to a return to high-emitting coal. Canadian #LNG can help reduce reliance on Russian energy and provide energy security for our allies. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3QlZxWo

World #LNG Watch
• Prices of LNG carriers skyrocketing: http://ow.ly/vCyO50Kihv3
• Crunch time for Irish LNG proposal:
http://ow.ly/qI7Y50Kihv5
• Turkey to rescue Russia on Arctic LNG: http://ow.ly/k94X50Kihv4
• New LNG terminal set for Sweden: http://ow.ly/hUs050Kihv6

Mexico plans to become an #LNG export hub, with US natural gas. (This would compete with BC for overseas markets.) http://ow.ly/SaTb50KiMg3 @JWNenergy

First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter