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The view looking down the Douglas Channel from Kitimat, B.C. AltaGas and its partners in the Douglas Channel LNG project fell short of their goal of signing sufficient long-term contracts with Asian buyers to take delivery of LNG in what the industry calls “off-take.” (JONATHAN HAYWARD/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
The view looking down the Douglas Channel from Kitimat, B.C. AltaGas and its partners in the Douglas Channel LNG project fell short of their goal of signing sufficient long-term contracts with Asian buyers to take delivery of LNG in what the industry calls “off-take.” (JONATHAN HAYWARD/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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The natural gas fields are massive, and the plans have been drafted and discussed in detail.

But don’t expect companies to bet on exporting B.C. liquefied natural gas any time soon, warns Doug Bloom, who until recently was president for Canadian LNG at Spectra Energy Corp., whose pipelines carry 55 per cent of the province’s natural gas.

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