The natural gas dialogue

May 30, 2013
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Because of the abundance of natural gas in North America, it is increasingly difficult for Canadian producers to compete in traditional markets. (Courtesy of IPAA.org.)
Because of the abundance of natural gas in North America, it is increasingly difficult for Canadian producers to compete in traditional markets. (Courtesy of IPAA.org.)
An abundant supply of natural gas, combined with historically low prices, holds the key to a bright future for Canada - but only if challenges are overcome and opportunities seized.

The StarPhoenix reports:

 

"Because of the abundance of natural gas in North America, it is increasingly difficult for Canadian producers to compete in traditional markets, both in eastern Canada and the United States."


"Conversely, low prices create an opportunity for an affordable, long-term fuel supply that offers significant benefits to individuals and industry, while presenting alternatives for power generation and transportation."

 

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