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Canada’s Natural gas production is under threat if it can’t find new markets

Horn River News

This past Tuesday, Shell Canada declared an official launch to a liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) terminal project in Kitimat, B.C. The multi-billion-dollar plant would load and esimtated 1.2 billion cubic feet per day onto LNG tankers. The project partnership, gives shell a 40 per cent interest, and 20 per cent each to Korea Gas Corp., Mitsubishi Corp., and PetroChina Co. Ltd.

With the increased production in the US and the US becoming an exporter of natural gas, it is critical for Canada to find an alternative market for Canadian natuarl gas. The only way to do this is through export via a LNG export facility.

One potential problem is that Kitimat LNG is primarily owned by American companies where other interests and politics could come into play and its corporate backers (Apache Corp. EOG Reources etc) have delayed an investment decision that was expected for early this year. An Asian…

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