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  • Contributed by: Paul Jeakins, Commissioner & CEO, BC Oil & Gas Commission
The Province of British Columbia (B.C.) is well positioned in Canada to provide clean energy to global markets.
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  • Contributed by: Shannon Monk, CEO, Sakatay Global
Gaining the social license to operate is imperative to the overall success of gas and LNG projects.
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  • Interview with Menzie McEachern, Director, Mineral and Petroleum Resources, Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, Government of Northwest Territories
With unique opportunities and challenges facing the Canadian LNG industry, the evolving market is one to watch.
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  • Contributed by: Dave Humphreys, Vice President Operations, Birchcliff Energy
I am sure many people would agree that Liquefied Natural Gas is the one hydrocarbon product that could have the single largest impact on the petroleum industry and the Canadian economy.
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Canada’s first LNG megaproject is now under construction, and with the consortium already talking about possible expansion, it is fair to say that LNG Canada is changing the natural gas landscape as we know it.
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  • Interview with Dave Bennett, Director External Affairs, Fortis BC
The industry is experiencing a growing recognition of the role of gas and LNG as the world tackles poor air quality and climate change.
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  • Interview with Philip Adkins, CEO, Red Box Energy Services
As reported by Shell in the LNG Outlook 2019, the use of LNG in transport is growing, especially in the heavy-duty transport sector.
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  • Contributed by: Thor Christian Andvik, Project Director Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions, Norwep
Some of the defining characteristics of the harsh and cold climate regions are the special weather conditions, the light phenomenon, the large geographical areas and the vast distances to nearest infrastructure.

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The arrival of FID has planted LNG on Canadian front pages and suddenly the possibilities of developing the vast resources has become a reality once again.
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  • Interview with Sylvester Turner, Mayor, City of Houston
Frequently described as the ‘energy capital of the world’, Houston is home to the headquarters of more than 500 oil and gas exploration and production firms.
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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.