May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

Features

Is Gas War Between U.S. And Canada Looming?

The United States and Canada work well together. The countries share the world’s largest and most comprehensive trade relationship, exchanging over $2 billion per day in goods and services; the U.S. is Canada’s largest foreign investor and Canada is the third-largest foreign investor in the U.S. The partnership clearly isn’t broken, but it may need some mending as bilateral and international gas trade stands to complicate matters in short order. As with most current global natural gas issues, we must first look back to the shale gas revolution. In 2005 – just as hydraulic fracturing was finding its feet in the Barnett Shale – piped supplies from Canada met nearly 17% of total U.S. nat

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