LNG a continental wild card
North America could benefit from tapping into global resource; greater LNG volumes could displace higher-cost conventional, unconventional, frontier supplies
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Liquefied natural gas could play a key role in ensuring supply-and-demand balance and steady prices in North American markets over at least the next seven years, offsetting declines in Canadian exports and keeping gas prices at an average US$7 per million British thermal units, Canada’s National Ene....
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NEB projects growing imports
LNG supply could triple
Terminal expansion planned
Role of Arctic gas uncertain
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