The article tiled Canada’s Eastern Seaboard Becomes Sabine Pass LNG Customer needs clarification. Imported natural gas has replaced depleted offshore production on Canada’s Atlantic seaboard, but the new sources do not yet include tanker deliveries from the United States as Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) and NGI originally reported. A report by the NEB on the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia markets has been corrected by dropping a previous reference to an initial liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo from Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Sabine Pass operation in Louisiana.Tanker deliveries to date at the Canaport LNG terminal in New Brunswick arrived from Trinidad, Norway and the Netherlands, according to the revised NEB summary. The LNG cargos supplement Atlantic Canadian imports by reversed flows on the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline.