The development of Canada’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) export industry has attracted much attention in recent years as large and mid-scale LNG export projects in British Columbia and Eastern Canada have shifted from a surge in initial project development to increased uncertainty in the face of depressed global LNG prices. What has attracted less attention over this time is the slow but continuous growth of Canada’s domestic LNG market as LNG gains traction as an alternative power source for both remote resource projects and remote communities.

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