LNG—will Oregonians eat B.C.’s lunch?

Back in 2015, we conducted a study asking the question, “What would delays in LNG export capacity cost the people of British Columbia?” What we found, in a nutshell, was “a lot.”British Columbia’s natural gas resources are substantial and the international market for liquefied natural gas is growing, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. British Columbia is well placed to serve that market: under conservative assumptions, B.C.’s export capacity could be 42% to 74% of Asia-Pacific imports of LNG in 2020.Under the conservative assumption that actual sales of B.C. LNG to Asia-Pacific importers would be only 11% to 20% of that

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