Exports

Data Show Canadian Gas Exports Spiraling Downward

Canadian natural gas exports to the United States fell by 13% in the first two-thirds of the current international contract year ending Oct. 31. In combination with a 43% drop in border prices, the decline cut export revenues in half, according to the National Energy Board (NEB).

September 25, 2009

Analyst: Lift U.S. Gas Prices by Exporting LNG

Just the threat of U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could boost domestic natural gas prices, according to one analyst, who sees a healthy return for the industry on construction of liquefaction plants.

January 12, 2009

Analyst Suggests U.S. LNG Exports a Possibility

Just the threat of U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could boost domestic natural gas prices, according to one analyst, who sees a healthy return for the industry on construction of liquefaction plants.

January 8, 2009

Canadian Backlash to Natural Gas Exports to U.S.

Natural gas exports to the United States are attracting hostile political attention on the buying side of the Canadian market as tightening supplies and strong prices affect industrial consumption and employment. Closure of six Ontario and Alberta plants, at a cost of 550 jobs, by Dow Chemical Canada prompted an immediate call for government intervention by the Ottawa-based Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union.

September 11, 2006

Canadian Backlash to Natural Gas Exports to U.S.

Natural gas exports to the United States are attracting hostile political attention on the buying side of the Canadian market as tightening supplies and strong prices affect industrial consumption and employment. Closure of six Ontario and Alberta plants, at a cost of 550 jobs, by Dow Chemical Canada prompted an immediate call for government intervention by the Ottawa-based Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union.

September 5, 2006

Canadian Deliveries to U.S. Up 4.5% at Start of Winter

Canadian natural gas exports took a sharp turn for the better in the opening month of the new sales contract year last November. Deliveries to the United States rose by 4.5% to 312 Bcf from 299 Bcf in November of 2001, according to records kept on the trade by Canada’s National Energy Board.

February 24, 2003

Canadian Study Shows Future Decline in Gas Available for Export

As Canadian natural gas exports to the United States turn up again, reversing shrinkage experienced in the last contract year, supply questions are moving out of the realm of theory and into practical cases.

February 24, 2003

Canadian Study Shows Future Decline in Gas Available for Export

As Canadian natural gas exports to the United States turn up again, reversing shrinkage experienced in the last contract year, supply questions are moving out of the realm of theory and into practical cases.

February 24, 2003

Canadian Deliveries to U.S. Up 4.5% at Start of Winter

Canadian natural gas exports took a sharp turn for the better in the opening month of the new sales contract year last November. Deliveries to the United States rose by 4.5% to 312 Bcf from 299 Bcf in November of 2001, according to records kept on the trade by Canada’s National Energy Board.

February 24, 2003

Maritime Province Seeks to Block Exports of Scotian Gas

After a 15-year run of unopposed growth, exporters of Canadian natural gas have a fight on their hands on the East Coast. The New Brunswick government, frustrated by industry rejection of a new pipeline for Atlantic and central Canadians, has appealed for federal intervention against dedication of supplies from offshore of Nova Scotia to the northeastern United States.

March 18, 2002