Canadian gas production is under pressure as low oil prices and weakening domestic demand reduce investment in the country’s prospective gas fields.
In April, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) warned that spending on major Canadian energy projects is estimated to fall to $31 billion in 2016, down by $50 billion since 2014 – its biggest ever two-year decline.
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