Cost control has made the Alberta oilsands, Canada’s star growth market for natural gas, “decidedly economic” and production will likely climb when pipeline projects clear regulatory delays, according to the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI).
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Hitting Canadian targets for cutting methane emissions could cost natural gas and oil producers C$725 million ($544 million), according to new estimates by the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI).
Liquid byproducts stand out as a growth item in an otherwise flat outlook for Canadian natural gas, according to two new industry reviews.
Only liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports can prevent a decades-long Canadian production slump in retreat from competition by low-cost U.S. supplies, said a state-of-the-industry review issued Wednesday.
Formidable cost obstacles confront British Columbia (BC) plans to break into global liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, while Nova Scotia export proposals face even higher hurdles, according to the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI).
Canadians will buy American if the United States border stays open for natural gas and oil flows, according to a defense of free trade crafted by the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI).
Canada’s Atlantic provinces are sliding into dependence on imports after banning horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing (fracking) to tap their natural gas deposits, said an industry- and government-supported agency.
Canadian motorists, homes and commercial buildings can break the fossil fuel habit — but only by paying a high price in “unintended consequences” of increased living costs and lost assets, jobs and tax revenues, according to the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI).
Only a breakthrough into global trade in liquefied natural gas (LNG) can pull Canadian supply development out of the doldrums, a senior economics agency in the industry capital of Calgary said.
Canadian natural gas production is capable of increasing by 65% over the next 20 years — but the potential will only be fulfilled if visions of overseas tanker exports come true, according to a fresh study of supply and demand trends.