Canada has come up with a new energy strategy that has the potential to compete in the race to replace coal in Asia and Europe and reduce emissions that leads to environmental destruction. Canada is working on energy transition to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), which could change the energy world. The production also raises a question if Canada would be the leading supplier of LNG to the world? If yes, then Canada has a very bright future ahead.Gladly, Canada has good relations with the majority of the countries in the world, including countries in Asia and Europe, where LNG will be much in demand. The shipping cost is one of the lowest to these two key hubs of LNG. Canada has the potential to ship LNG from East and West coasts alike, Nova Scotia and British Columbia, respectively.
Check the following infographic to learn more about Canada’s LNG competitiveness and its potential rise in the energy world.
Infographic by: energyminute.ca