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Quicksilver boosts Canada’s nascent LNG industry

Export plans to speed Horn River development; all three planned LNG export projects are viable

THE US’ Quicksilver Resources boosted the prospect for Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Asia as one of several outlets for steadily building production from British Columbia’s (BC) shale-gas deposits. Should one, or all of the three proposals to establish LNG export terminals on the BC coast come to fruition, Texas-based unconventional gas player Quicksilver will “be an important part of the marketing picture for the Horn River play”, said company chairman Toby Darden. Quicksilver said the three projects are “likely to benefit all producers by [opening] additional markets for the massive resource potential” of the Horn River basin. The most advanced of the three is Kitimat



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