Liquefied Natural Gas in British ColumbiaSources and solutions for carbon pollution

Publication - Feb. 25, 2014 - By Steven Cretney, Matt Horne, Kevin Sauve, Adam Goehner

The climate impact of B.C.'s proposed LNG industry could be massive. If the scale of development matches the five to seven LNG terminals the province is counting on for its revenue and jobs projections, carbon pollution could be nearing that of the oilsands by 2020. Fortunately, those estimates aren't fixed. They depend in large part on the technologies used along the supply chain. This infographic illustrates a few options the province has for minimizing carbon pollution from LNG.

LNG supply chain infographic



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