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Canadian LNG faces unprecedented opportunity, despite setbacks

Core advantages will help Canada become a major world supplier of LNG, even in face of fierce global competition, say proponents

Artist's rendering of the Chevron-Woodside Kitimat LNG project. | Fluor

The march towards building a significant liquefied natural gas sector in Canada continues to see challenges, but proponents maintain that the country’s core advantages — large untapped gas reserves, competitive supply costs, close proximity to markets, and the ability to produce some of the cleanest LNG — will help it become a major world supplier in the years ahead even as competition rises.

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