With the recent investment decision by Shell and its partners to build a $40 billion LNG liquefaction facility on Canada’s West Coast, along with other projects planned or in development, the creation of a robust LNG industry is gaining momentum. Learn more about LNG: What is it? What are some potential markets for LNG? What are the expected benefits for Canadians? And how could LNG help lower global greenhouse gas emissions?
VIDEO: What does LNG mean for Canada?
We explain how Canadian LNG exports could drive economic growth in Canada and help lower global greenhouse gas emissions.
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