Small-scale LNG makes in-roads in north
In Canada’s far north 3 communities want liquefied natural gas; Inuvik has been trucking in propane; wants LNG for electricity
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
Three communities in Canada’s far north are going to great lengths — literally — to join the liquefied natural gas world.
In a way, natural gas has been tantalizing Inuvik, Whitehorse and Watson Lake for 40 years, ever since the great oil and gas discoveries in their northern neighborhood at Canada’....
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