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  • Contributed by: Nelson Bennett, Resources Reporter, Business in Vancouver
China's impressive investments in renewable energy and electric vehicles have led some anti-fossil fuel activists, as well as some economists, to warn that new pipelines and LNG plants in Canada could become stranded assets.
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  • Contributed by: Nelson Bennett, Resources Reporter, Business in Vancouver
Getting a multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas (LNG) project built in Canada is no cakewalk. Just ask Petronas, which abandoned its plans for a $36 billion LNG plant and associated pipeline in Prince Rupert in 2017.
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  • Contributed by: Alasdair Clyne, P. Engineer, Area Manager, Technical Services, ROSEN Canada
Following on from 2019's Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference which took place in Vancouver 21st-23rd May, speaker Alasdair Clyne, P.
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  • Interview with Genevieve Solomon, LNG Advisor, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
As one of the world’s largest independent oil and natural gas exploration and production companies, Anadarko is continuously evolving to the dynamic step of the industry by looking for innovative ways of harnessing today’s energy to fuel tomorrow’s wor
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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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