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Canadian LNG should target coal-fired power generating capacity

Globally, Canada is the fifth largest natural gas producer, and has massive untapped reserves. Yet there are serious disconnects between the location of these resources and the infrastructure needed to get them to market. There have also been well over a dozen liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal projects proposed in the last two decades, with most dying on the drawing board and representing billions of dollars in foregone economic activity.

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