Petrochemical Feedstock Supply Needs LNG; Methane Bioconversion Offers Chemical Solutions

Kananaskis — Government must create an environment where companies believe investment is wanted and welcome, which has not been the case thus far with respect to LNG — an export opportunity that does not just represent a potential boon for Western Canada energy producers, but for Western Canada’s petrochemical industry that depends on natural gas exports to enable its feedstock.

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