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Tell BC's new Premier to support LNG

Tell BC's new Premier to support LNG

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The Latest

Canadian natural gas producer targets net zero by 2025 using CCS technology

Canadian natural gas producer targets net zero by 2025 using CCS technology

Advances in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology are expected to help a Canadian natural gas producer reach net zero emissions by 2025. 

A Matter of Fact: The UN’s net zero requirements are unrealistic and would damage energy security

The United Nations has released what it hopes will become legally enforceable guidelines to determine the credibility of an organization’s plans to achieve net zero emissions. 

The Facts

Canadian LNG has massive opportunity in Asia: report

Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Asia could provide the annual net emissions equivalent reduction of removing every single car from Canadian roads, shows a new study from global energy research and consultancy firm, Wood Mackenzie.