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  • Contributed by: Thomas Liles, Oil and Gas Analyst, Rystad Energy
Figure 1. Pacific Oil & Gas Montney production by hydrocarbon type and proposed Woodfibre LNG output (million ft3/d). Source: Rystad Energy UCube.
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  • Contributed by: Menzie McEachern, Director, Mineral and Petroleum Resources, Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, Government of Northwest Territories
Observers that know nothing else about Canada’s North have heard the story of the Mackenzie Gas Project — a historic pipeline project that would have flowed natural gas from the Northwest Territories’ Mackenzie Delta into the national pipeline network
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  • Contributed by: Jennifer Savard, Program Manager, Natural Resources, IBM Industry Platform Unit, IBM Canada
Understanding, leveraging and applying Industry 4.0 principles to oil and gas facilities is important to an organization’s performance, resiliency and a
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  • Contributed by: Shahzad Khan, System Consultant, Yokogawa Corporation of America
LNG business models are changing.
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  • Contributed by: Menzie McEachern, Director, Mineral and Petroleum Resources, Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, Government of Northwest Territories
As Canada’s Northwest Territories once again returns to the table in discussions about natural gas, there may be those who think they already know the story. The territory, after all, has tried to get its resources to market before.  
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  • Contributed by: Jihad Traya, Manager, Strategic Energy Advisory, Solomon Associates
WCSB production in British Columbia (B.C.) is forecast to grow due to liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand, but WCSB production in Alberta will continue to decline amid competition from gas supplies in the United States (U.S.).
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  • Contributed by: George Kovacic, President, Croscorp International Ltd.
When Justin Trudeau’s first government was elected in 2015, international oil companies (IOCs) were eager to learn what it meant for Canadian hydrocarbon exploration and production (E&P). Some already had skin in the game while others had selected
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Bryan Cox discusses what steps are being taken to form a unified industry narrative behind LNG as it continues to gain traction in British Columbia/Canada as well as giving his thoughts on how the industry can better promote the community benefits of L

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