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Blog: Catch 3 for Canadian LNG exports?


Ottawa has signalled two hurdles for exporting LNG to Europe. Is  there a third catch that would apply to all new LNG-for-export projects?

Newsletter: Crystal Smith the face of Canadian LNG


The Haisla chief councillor (and chair of our Alliance) was so described in a story from the World Gas Conference in Korea.

Looking for opportunities in the LNG field?


To explore information on LNG jobs, and doing business, and possibilities with potential employers and contractors, here are some useful pages:

.@ConfBoardofCda: More #Indigenous finance and management professionals are needed to advance economic #reconciliation in Canada: http://ow.ly/phpy50JGPep

Ottawa kicks off three years of discussions with provinces/territories. The goal: nothing short of planning a new economy driven by renewable energy. http://ow.ly/TSeN50JGXLt @BIVnews #cdnpoli #energy #renewables

World #LNG Watch:
• US LNG projects sail ahead as long-term buyers line up: http://ow.ly/kewW50JGgvM
• US LNG capacity expected to hit 150 million tonnes a year by 2026: http://ow.ly/aMa050JGgvO
• Cheniere Energy to expand Texas LNG export plant: http://ow.ly/Qf1s50JGgvN

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