As U.S. Imports Of Canadian Gas Decline, LNG Exports Will Become Canada’s Best Chance To Reach New Markets

Natural gas exports to the United States have been in decline since 2007 and that trend is expected to continue due to large volumes of unconventional shale gas coming onstream south of the border, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration and other forecasts, leaving LNG as Canada’s best chance to reach new markets.

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