Africa and Canada to play major roles in LNG – IGU

Mozambique, Tanzania and Canada could be major LNG players in the future, says the IGU’s David Carroll, while China and India will drive gas demand Mozambique, Tanzania and Canada could be major LNG players in the future, says the IGU’s David Carroll, while China and India will drive gas demand.
By Silvia Favasuli 5 December 2017 0 28657
Canaport LNG terminal The Canaport LNG facility in Canada. (Repsol)

David Carroll, president of International Gas Union, spoke to Interfax Natural Gas Daily on the sidelines of The Economist Energy Summit in London last week, where he shared the positive outlook on global gas markets. 

Interfax Natural Gas Daily: What are the main trends, from a supply-side perspective, that you are seeing in the gas industry globally?

David Carroll: The continued resilience and growth of natural gas from shale deposits. Not just in the United States or North America, but [this technology] is beginning to migrate around...

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