Nearly 10 years after the tidal wave known as the Bakken hit North Dakota, catapulting the state to the second most prolific oil producing state behind Texas and eclipsing production from historically oil-rich states such as Alaska, California and Oklahoma, the region continues to experience growing pains. As a result, companies are busying themselves trying to figure out how many expanded existing systems are needed and how many are designed for open markets. The result of this will be that more infrastructure will be built for all fuels.
Increased gas supply from shale and tight gas has decreased US demand for imports, resulting in Canadian plans for two dozen LNG export terminal projects to replace gas sales to USA. Unfortunately, the region has seen very little capacity built to date. Download this whitepaper to learn more about the present state of the LNG sector in Canada; which projects are under development/in process/planned; the likelihood of completion of any of these projects; and what is the outlook for the future?