LNG

Schaefer: The Most Unpredictable Factor for Success in the Montney Will Be Timing

Will LNG export facilities come online in time for planned pipeline expansions to the West Coast?

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U.S. energy regulator denies Calgary company’s applications for LNG export terminal, pipeline

Together, the projects would be capable of producing 6.8 million tonnes of LNG each year using western Canadian and U.S. natural gas

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Shell Buys BG Group

The value of the deal has tracked tanking oil prices from US$70 billion in April 2015 to US$50 billion in January

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Full Montney: Doomed To Fall Short?

The Montney Formation’s potential for Canada’s natural gas market is strong. But amid low domestic prices and waning LNG demand, is it on track to fail?

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Canada’s Oil Patch Is Suffering The Consequences of China’s Economic Slowdown

China's rapid economic growth over the last decade was coupled with the notion that its thirst for oil would continue indefinitely. Now that China's growth has slowed, Canada's oil patch is suffering the consequences

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Why The Marcellus Shale Play Could Spell The End For Canadian Natural Gas

With rapidly expanding pipeline capacity and enough natural gas reserves to meet North American demand for decades, Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale play is putting a stranglehold on the Canadian natural gas industry

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Gov’t Adds CO2 to Pipeline Approvals

Instead of leading on pipelines Trudeau prefers a new review process, says he won’t be a pipelines “cheerleader”

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