LNG threatens costly gas
EIA expects liquefied natural gas imports to Lower 48 will climb to 4.5 tcf by 2030
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Not only might imports of liquefied natural gas to North America offset the anticipated loss of Canadian supplies over the next decade, they could also spell trouble for the more expensive plays that are starting to dominate the gas sector in Canada.
In its latest annual energy outlook the U.S. Ener....
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