Canada Picking up the LNG Export Ball
Feb 26th 2013 11:00AM
Updated Feb 26th 2013 11:35AM
While several different attempts at projects to export liquefied natural gas, or LNG, from the United States have stalled as the government continues to drag its feet on licensing, Canada's National Energy Board has jumped ahead with the approval of its own site. In this video, Fool.com contributors Tyler Crowe and Aimee Duffy discuss what this could mean for LNG exports in North America and what companies are shaping the LNG story.
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