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Shipping LNG from Canada to Asia?
September 10, 2013 |

BG Group plans to build a pipeline from Canadian natural gas fields to the Pacific coast where the gas will be converted into LNG for shipment to Asian markets.

Related: What is LNG?

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The First Large LNG Export Facility on the Canadian Pacific Coast
September 23, 2013 |
Chevron Canada is moving aggressively to develop shale gas resources in western Canada and export the gas to Asia from an LNG plant on the Pacific coast. Related: What is LNG?

An LNG Construction Boom for the Gulf Coast?
February 25, 2014 |
The natural gas industry is currently pushing to build more export facilities that will liquefy natural gas and load it onto transport ships that will deliver it to destinations in Asia and other parts of the world where natural gas prices are much higher than in the United States. Many of those LNG facilities would likely be built along the US Gulf Coast. The hope is that this will reduce the glut of natural gas in the USA market and support prices. Current LNG terminals along the Gulf are shown in the map below from the EIA

The India-Asia Collision
February 12, 2013 | MIT News
“India came running full speed at Asia and boom, they collided,” says Jagoutz, an author of the paper. “But we actually don’t think it was one collision … this changes dramatically the way we think the India/Asia collision works.” Quoted from the MIT press release.

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