Facility would be first on West Coast, helping refuel growing numbers of LNG-powered ships while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
We bust the belief that a thriving LNG industry on Canada’s West Coast would be bad for the environment. It’s just not true.
If approved, the proposed floating LNG terminal in Kitimat, B.C., would start operations in 2025.
International survey finds Canada is a leader in natural gas and oil innovation and reducing environmental impacts.
Chinese consultant points to China’s coal-to-gas switching campaign as cause for huge growth in natural gas demand and LNG imports.
Canadian liquefied natural gas produces way fewer greenhouse gas emissions than coal, taking into account production, transportation and combustion.
Chief Joe Bevan says proactive approach is leading to improving relationships with industry, economic opportunities for Indigenous communities.
Context: Energy Examined goes in-depth on critical energy issues with experts in the know. On May 15, we chat with Mark Pinney on Canada’s LNG opportunity.
The Energy Examined podcast series: We chat with CAPP’s markets and transportation manager Mark Pinney on whether Canada can still take advantage of global LNG markets.