The U.S. isn't the only country with a developing natural gas export story. With Canada relying on its neighbor to the south to buy up 100% of its nat gas exports, the U.S. energy boom means that Canada is suddenly in need of some new customers. Canada is the world's third largest natural gas producer, and domestic demand doesn't come close to eating up supply. In this video, energy analyst Aimee Duffy takes a quick look at the Canadian natural gas story: past, present, and future.

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