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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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  • 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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  • Contributed by: Susan L. Sakmar, Independent consultant, author and adjunct law professor, University of Houston Law Center
From the Arctic to the United States and almost everywhere in between, there are numerous LNG projects in various stages of development. Gastech Insights asked Susan Sakmar to share which LNG projects she is watching this year.
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  • Interview with Jack Middleton, Manager, Government Affairs, Steelhead LNG
Given the world’s growing demand for more resources that are produced more responsibly, Canada has a great opportunity in achieving a lower carbon economy with the abundance of natural gas and LNG possibilities present.
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  • Interview with Matthew Hamer, Strategic Development, Solaris Management Consultants
As Canada’s LNG industry is exposed to more and more market developments, Canada’s resource potential is starting to be recognised.
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  • Interview with David Keane, President, Woodfibre LNG
With energy analysts predicting that 2019 will be a milestone year for new LNG final investment decisions around the world, it is an exciting time for natural gas.
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  • Contributed by: Lukas Geležauskas, Business Developer, Klaipėdos Nafta
  • Contributed by: Gediminas Jotauta, Head of LNG Operations, Klaipėdos Nafta
The power generation sector drove the gas demand growth over the preceding decade, accounting for half of the total increase in consumption due to abundant supply in mature markets, fuel switching in emerging markets and decline in nuclear generation.
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  • Interview with Stuart Taylor, SVP & Corporate Development Officer, Jordan Cove LNG
The Jordan Cove Project will feature an LNG export terminal in Coos County, Oregon, as well as a pipeline for the transportation of natural gas sources from the United States and Canada.

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  • Contributed by: Susan L. Sakmar, Independent consultant, author and adjunct law professor, University of Houston Law Center
From the Arctic to the United States and almost everywhere in between, there are numerous LNG projects in various stages of development. Gastech Insights asked Susan Sakmar to share which LNG projects she is watching this year.
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  • Interview with Jefferson Edwards, GM - Global Gas & LNG Market Development, Integrated Gas, Upstream International, Shell
As reported by Shell’s LNG Outlook 2017, the future LNG demand growth will be driven by: policy, floating storage regasification units (FSRUs), replacing declining domestic gas production, small-scale LNG and transport.
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  • Interview with Andrew Walker, Vice President Strategy, Cheniere Energy
LNG is growing seven times faster than pipeline gas and as such, by 2035, it will account for around half of globally traded gas.
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  • Contributed by: Melanie Lovatt, Finance Advisor, Poten & Partners
If all things go according to plan for the sponsors of the Fortuna project in Equatorial Guinea, three floating liquefaction (FLNG) projects will manage to complete their fundraising this year.
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  • Contributed by: Mary Hemmingsen, EVP and CFO, Northwest Innovation Works
*This article was contributed by Mary Hemmingsen when she worked at KPMG as Partner, National Sector Leader, LNG, Power and Utilities.