May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

In The News

Solomon Forecasts Gas Demand for Oil Sands to 2025

Solomon Natural Gas Services (Solomon) recently released its Gas Demand for Alberta Oil Sands to 2025 report,[1] which represents the first major revision by Solomon in 10 years; driven primarily by the slide in oil and bitumen prices since late 2014. The report analyzes more than 150 producing, under construction, and proposed oil sands developments. It addresses pipeline and rail export transportation capacity as well as how Solomon’s production forecast fits within the proposed greenhouse gas emissions cap. The report concludes with a forecast of natural gas demand by major oil sands project for the next 10 years. Figure 1 presents a forecast of gas demand growth for both mining and in s

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