Changing US and Canadian LNG costs

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23 April 2015

Changing US and Canadian LNG costs

Report summary

A key reason for the different pace of US and Canadian LNG development is cost. Currently it is the US, not Canada, that is building an LNG export industry. Some 46 million tonnes per annum of LNG production capacity is now under construction in the US, compared to none in Canada. But as the level of US construction activity increases, costs are rising, while in Canada the slump in commodity prices has brought costs down.

Table of contents

  • US LNG is taking-off, while Canada lags behind
  • but US LNG costs are rising
  • while costs in Canada could fall
  • Implications

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