eBook: What Canadian gas & LNG success looks like by 2025 to 17 industry leaders

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With Shell reporting that gas is expected to contribute over 40% of energy demand growth over the next two decades, it highlights the rationale behind Canada's drive and determination to develop their natural gas infrastructure.

Ahead of the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference taking place 14-16 May in Vancouver, we asked 17 regional experts "Considering the Canadian gas and LNG industry in 2025, what would success look like to you and how will that be achieved?"

Download the eBook to find out:

  • The 17 industry leaders answers to what gas and LNG industry success will look like in Canada by 2025
  • Why we must consider the path to success is beyond just business
  • What LNG projects will be in operation and contributing to the global LNG supply
  • Why organisations must collaborate and communicate with the First Nations for industry advancement

            

Contributors of this eBook include: Fort St John, AXI LNGAS Inc, KPMG, First Nations Limited Partnership, FortisBC, Huu-ay-aht First Nation, Woodfibre LNG, Solaris Management Consultants, NW Innovation Works, Farris Vaughan Wills & Murphy, Johns Hopkins University, BC LNG Alliance, Genscape, Natural Gas World, First Nations LNG Alliance, Steelhead LNG and Bearhead LNG. 

We hope that you enjoy our latest eBook, and if you would like to hear more on Canadian gas and LNG issues by market experts and leaders, register for the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference, 14-16 May in Vancouver.