Canada's LNG Export Ambitions Likely to Fall Short

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Canada’s gas producers looking for new outlets for their gas are pinning their hopes on a burst of new LNG export capacity starting in 2025. But a combination of pipeline shortages, rising construction costs and environmental opposition could limit the LNG industry’s ability to match those expectations.

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