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  • Contributed by: Nicholas Browne, Director - Asian Gas & LNG Research, Wood Mackenzie
Gas will play a vital role in Asia’s fight against air pollution, and in meeting its future energy demand. But with its environmental impact under scrutiny, could LNG get greener?
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  • Contributed by: Dave Humphreys, Vice President Operations, Birchcliff Energy
Every dark cloud has a silver lining. The silver lining on a cloud is an indication that the sun is behind it. I truly believe that Canadian LNG is that sun…!
Vancouver
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  • Contributed by: Paul Sullivan, Chairman of the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference, Strategic Co-Chair of the Gastech Governing Body, Senior Vice President, Global LNG & FLNG, Worley
Canada is the world’s fifth-largest natural gas producer and natural gas meets 30 per cent of the country’s entire energy needs. Canada’s natural gas is affordable, abundant, versatile, and is the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon. 
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  • Contributed by: Mehdy Touil, Senior LNG Panel Operator, Yamal LNG
Digitalization has been one of the keywords of 2019 in the Oil & Gas sector: Big-Data, Cloud Computing, IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) are new terms for an industry well known for being conservative in nature, and most of the digital initiati
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  • Contributed by: Nicholas Browne, Director - Asian Gas & LNG Research, Wood Mackenzie
Gas will play a vital role in Asia’s fight against air pollution, and in meeting its future energy demand. But with its environmental impact under scrutiny, could LNG get greener?
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  • Contributed by: Fiona Poynter, Vice President, LNG Asia-Pacific, Argus Media
A new era is dawning for the global LNG freight market. No longer is the global natural gas market restricted by point-to-point term contracts, with fragmented regional markets limited by expensive and static pipeline infrastructure.
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  • Contributed by: Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, Responsible for the stewardship of federal port lands at the Port of Vancouver, Port of Vancouver
At Canada’s largest port, plans are underway to establish the first ship-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) marine refuelling service on the west coast of North America to support the maritime industry’s transition to this clean-burning marine fue
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  • Contributed by: Dave Humphreys, Vice President Operations, Birchcliff Energy
Every dark cloud has a silver lining. The silver lining on a cloud is an indication that the sun is behind it. I truly believe that Canadian LNG is that sun…!
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  • Contributed by: Bryan Cox, President and CEO, BC LNG Alliance
Countries around the world are turning to LNG to meet their climate and human health commitments. Canada is uniquely positioned to meet global demand for LNG with the lowest-emission LNG available.
Vancouver
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  • Contributed by: Paul Sullivan, Chairman of the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference, Strategic Co-Chair of the Gastech Governing Body, Senior Vice President, Global LNG & FLNG, Worley
Canada is the world’s fifth-largest natural gas producer and natural gas meets 30 per cent of the country’s entire energy needs. Canada’s natural gas is affordable, abundant, versatile, and is the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon. 
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  • Contributed by: Anna Gumbau, Europe Reporter, Interfax
Higher carbon prices and policy support may boost the prospects for the commercialisation of carbon capture and storage over the coming years.
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  • Contributed by: Arun Toora, Senior Energy Market Reporter, ICIS
LONDON (ICIS)--Traded volumes at Europe’s most liquid gas hub the Dutch TTF could climb even further in 2020 as prospective market participants target the hub for gas indexation for LNG contracts.
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Listen back to the recording of November's Gastalk webinar.
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  • Contributed by: Lucien Joppen, Senior Editor Valve World, KCI World
On Europe's road towards carbon-neutrality, natural gas will play an important role as a relatively low(er)-carbon fossil option. However, to solidify this position some hurdles need to be overcome, most notably methane emissions.
Article
  • Contributed by: Nicholas Browne, Director - Asian Gas & LNG Research, Wood Mackenzie
Gas will play a vital role in Asia’s fight against air pollution, and in meeting its future energy demand. But with its environmental impact under scrutiny, could LNG get greener?
Article
  • Contributed by: Fiona Poynter, Vice President, LNG Asia-Pacific, Argus Media
A new era is dawning for the global LNG freight market. No longer is the global natural gas market restricted by point-to-point term contracts, with fragmented regional markets limited by expensive and static pipeline infrastructure.
Article
  • Contributed by: Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, Responsible for the stewardship of federal port lands at the Port of Vancouver, Port of Vancouver
At Canada’s largest port, plans are underway to establish the first ship-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) marine refuelling service on the west coast of North America to support the maritime industry’s transition to this clean-burning marine fue
Article
  • Contributed by: Dave Humphreys, Vice President Operations, Birchcliff Energy
Every dark cloud has a silver lining. The silver lining on a cloud is an indication that the sun is behind it. I truly believe that Canadian LNG is that sun…!
Article
  • Contributed by: Bryan Cox, President and CEO, BC LNG Alliance
Countries around the world are turning to LNG to meet their climate and human health commitments. Canada is uniquely positioned to meet global demand for LNG with the lowest-emission LNG available.
Vancouver
Article
  • Contributed by: Paul Sullivan, Chairman of the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference, Strategic Co-Chair of the Gastech Governing Body, Senior Vice President, Global LNG & FLNG, Worley
Canada is the world’s fifth-largest natural gas producer and natural gas meets 30 per cent of the country’s entire energy needs. Canada’s natural gas is affordable, abundant, versatile, and is the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon. 
Article
  • Contributed by: Anna Gumbau, Europe Reporter, Interfax
Higher carbon prices and policy support may boost the prospects for the commercialisation of carbon capture and storage over the coming years.
Article
  • Contributed by: Arun Toora, Senior Energy Market Reporter, ICIS
LONDON (ICIS)--Traded volumes at Europe’s most liquid gas hub the Dutch TTF could climb even further in 2020 as prospective market participants target the hub for gas indexation for LNG contracts.