Category Archives: Liquified Natural Gas

Lawrence Solomon: The natives’ tools

Environmentalists serve native interests well, by extracting maximum profits out of resource developments. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: America’s LNG exports won’t counter Putin

(March 28, 2014) Europe is prospecting for gas in the wrong place in asking for U.S. LNG. Continue reading

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No Peak Gas

(April 15, 2009) Is the United States running out of natural gas? Continue reading

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U.S.: It’s Got Gas

(April 15, 2009) Is the United States running out of natural gas? Continue reading

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Next best thing to oil

(Sept. 18, 2004) U.S. President George W. Bush’s top energy regulator sparked stupor in Quebec this week when he said it might be possible for liquefied-natural-gas plants proposed for eastern Canada to meet much of the energy demand of New England. Continue reading

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Next best thing to oil

(September 18, 2004) U.S. President George W. Bush’s top energy regulator sparked stupor in Quebec this week when he said it might be possible for liquefied-natural-gas plants proposed for eastern Canada to meet much of the energy demand of New England. Continue reading

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Quebec gas facility up in air

(May 12, 2004) Gaz Metro’s proposal for a liquefied-natural-gas terminal near Quebec City, already meeting fierce opposition from some local residents, is under further pressure by regulatory wrangling taking place hundreds of kilometres away before the Ontario Energy Board. Continue reading

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