LNG

Infographic: Converting the Sabine Pass LNG terminal

For the first time, an LNG import facility is being re-purposed for export More →

From natural gas to coal: power generation takes a step backward

A carbon price of up to $100 might be necessary to make gas-fired power stations competitive More →

A second look at B.C.’s two-tier LNG tax regime

Despite concerns, the new system appears to rival other jurisdictions in the long term More →

Asian LNG buyers are pushing for a new pricing scheme. Is it to their own detriment?

Gutting the Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs More →

An in-depth look at the race to the LNG starting line

Canadian and U.S. producers are jostling for first mover advantage in exporting liquefied natural gas More →

Like her or loathe her, B.C. Premier Christy Clark is possibly Canada’s most influential energy player

An essay from the former president of the Canada West Foundation More →

Japan’s ambassador to Canada, Norihiro Okuda, on energy trade with Canada

There's renewed interest among Japanese companies to participate in Canada’s natural gas industry, particularly in LNG More →