November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

Projects

BENTEK: Canadian Natural Gas Imports to U.S. Projected to Drop 30% by 2015

According to a new report from BENTEK Energy, LLC, Canadian producers face serious challenges as the continued growth of unconventional natural gas supplies and newly added pipeline infrastructure in the U.S. push Canadian imports out of the U.S. market. “The Big Squeeze: Ruby, Canada and Marcellus” examines the broad displacement of Canadian imports and its impact on the North American natural gas market, which will ultimately lead to curtailments in Canadian production. “Marcellus shale volumes are now pushing Canadian imports out of the Northeast, and this trend will accelerate as new pipeline expansions drive additional U.S. gas supplies into Ontario,”

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