Canaport LNG Connections
“Introduction to LNG,” by the Center for Energy Economics
This CEE publication provides an overview of LNG, what it is, how it’s handled and how it reaches North America. Also useful are the explanations of the economic impacts of natural gas and its importance to trade.
“LNG Safety and Security,” by the Center for Energy Economics http://www.beg.utexas.edu/energyecon/:
This document explains how LNG has been transported and used safely worldwide for roughly 40 years. A comprehensive discussion of the technical operations of LNG facilities and the safety records of each is included.
“Existing and Proposed LNG Facility Sites,” by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (U.S.) http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng.asp :
This map shows every site in North America where LNG facilities have already been constructed and the proposed sites of future facilities.
“CGA Magazine,” by the Canadian Gas Association http://www.cga.ca/publications/magazine.htm :
This Canadian Gas Association publication features news and information concerning the energy industry in Canada with a focus on natural gas.
“A Guide to LNG: What All Citizens Should Know” by the Center for LNG http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng.asp :
The Center for LNG explains in this basic guide why the average citizen should support LNG in the U.S. It explains how LNG is shipped, how it comes to your home.
“Natural Gas Statistics,” by the Canadian Gas Association http://www.cga.ca/publications/gasstats.htm :
This is a data portal that uses graphs and charts to display statistics on natural gas-related information, such as natural gas sales, natural gas prices, crude oil prices, heating degree days and gas furnace sales.