By LNG World News Canaport LNG’s storage tanks (Image: Canaport LNG)Canada’s imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) reached an all-time low last year since the country started importing the chilled fuel in 2009, according to the National Energy Board.
Canada imported only four LNG cargoes in 2016, equivalent to about 329 million cubic meters (11.6 Bcf), the NEB data showed.
The country imports LNG via the Repsol-operated Canaport terminal in Saint John. All of the 2016 cargoes were imported by Spain’s Repsol under short-term deals.
Three of those cargoes were delivered from Trinidad’s Point Fortin LNG export plant while one cargo came from Statoil’s Hammerfest LNG plant
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