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Canadian LNG Backers See Some Rough Sailing Ahead

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Political winds are changing in Canada, but perhaps not quickly enough to mobilize the country’s large natural gas reserves in time to alleviate market dislocations exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, say two long-time observers of Canada’s energy industry.

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LNG Projects
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