Global Natural Gas Production And Demand Continue To Surge To 2050; Canadian Output To Increase About 20%: EIA

Though it pales in comparison to U.S. output, Canada will continue to produce “relatively large amounts” of natural gas, reaching 6.8 tcf in 2050, a nearly 20 per cent increase from the 2018 average of 5.7 tcf, says the U.S.  Energy Information Administration (EIA) in its International Energy Outlook 2019 (IEO2019).

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