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Deconstructing the construction of LNG export terminals
How terminal expansion shapes the future of the natural gas industry
During the last year, the Keystone pipeline project has drawn the spotlight from environmentalists, politicians and the media. The proposed 1,897-km (1,179-mile) pipeline will be constructed by TransCanada to transport oil from Hardisty, Alberta, to Steele City, Neb. While the route has often been a point of conflict, the biggest issue for environmentalists has been the role the pipeline will play in allowing Canada to continue developing what some opponents call "the world's largest and most devastating environmental and industrial project."1 The Keystone pipeline will be a critical output avenue that enables production of Canadian Oil Sands to continue to increase. Full article >

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In each issue of CES Energy News our staff conducts a market overview and comments on factors that affect the price of natural gas, including supply, demand, weather, storage, and the economy. We also provide an outlook for each of these factors. Click here to see this issue’s summary.   Full article >



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