The liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry is venturing into uncharted territory as it approaches an unprecedented wave of expansion. While the new landscape poses some major technical challenges – even more important are the non-technical challenges, including: remote locations, political sensitivities, new stakeholders and constantly changing joint ventures (JVs), regulatory landscapes and organizational models.

Western Canada (British Columbia), East Africa and the US Gulf Coast are three of the geographic centres of this next wave of LNG expansion. Each presents unfamiliar ground for LNG export projects, and may face competition from new Middle East exporters and others.

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