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Canada Eager to Export Gas to Europe


Canada’s Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said this week that the country could help supply gas to Europe in around three to four years.

  • The main block to sending LNG to Europe is a lack of export terminals on the country’s east coast. The Canadian government is in discussions with Repsol to convert is LNG import facility in New Brunswick into an export terminal.
  • The Canadian government is in discussions with other companies for LNG export terminals too. Pieridae Energy has proposed a terminal in Nova Scotia while GNL Quebec has proposed one in Quebec.
  • The projects would be required to use a low-emission process for gas and be capable of transitioning to exporting hydrogen later on.

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