The industry group argues that the U.S. Gulf Coast facilities offer Canadian natural gas producers the opportunity to expand their operations. export their products globally.
However, a liquefied natural gas export terminal that is nearing completion in Kitimat, British Columbia, is expected to be operational this year, CAPP says.
Canadian LNG producers are therefore impatiently awaiting the start-up of this terminal of the LNG Canada joint venture, led by Shell, Petronas, PetroChina, Mitsubishi Corporation and Kogas.
For some environmentalists who fear an increase in North American LNG exports, Joe Biden's decision is a victory.
The Government of Canada should follow the #x27;President Biden's example, says Julia Levin, the associate director of Environmental Defense, a non-profit organization based in Toronto.
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A quote from Julia Levin, associate director of Environmental Defense
Julia Levin salutes the United States' initiative to revise the eligibility criteria for export projects. Canada should demand a comprehensive review of the impacts of fossil fuel projects on climate, health, environmental justice and the economy, she says.
For its part, ACPP considers LNG to be a safe, low-emission energy source that can help countries transition away from coal.