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09 April 2018

LNG Canada: could the latest provincial tax break move the needle?

Report summary

The British Columbia government announced a number of tax relief proposals for the LNG export industry in March. The measures are designed to improve the competitiveness of western Canadian LNG projects, but are contingent on a final investment decision being taken at the Shell-led LNG Canada project by November 2018. Will LNG Canada take FID in 2018? Wood Mackenzie has modelled the project under a 2018 scenario, comparing life-cycle supply costs to Asia with a brownfield project in the US Gulf Coast. The tax incentives in themselves may not be enough but in combination with cost reductions in other areas could potentially enable it to proceed.

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  • Will it move the needle?

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