By Chris Varcoe
NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / January 31, 2024 / Enbridge
Originally published by Calgary Herald
After standing on the sidelines for much of the past decade while the United States transformed itself into a global LNG powerhouse, Canada now has a monumental decision to make.
Does it also want to become a serious player in the global LNG game or be a small exporter to the world?
"It's not very often that you get a second chance on an opportunity. And I think this may perhaps bode extremely well for that second chance, from a policy and support perspective in Canada - if we take advantage of it," said Greg Ebel, CEO of Calgary-based Enbridge, which is a partner in the Woodfibre LNG project.
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