Canadian authorities will seek high-level cuts in methane emissions at LNG plants and other energy installations

The Canadian government, along with some provincial administrations, has set policies to cut methane emissions from between 40-45 percent of baseline value by the year 2025 and these regulations will affect pipelines and energy installations, including LNG liquefaction plants.


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