U.S. and Canada Vie for Big Gas Projects

Wall Street Journal: Some of the world's largest energy companies are racing to transform backwaters like this hamlet of 544 people into boomtowns. The energy giants are proposing half a trillion dollars in projects to export vast new finds of North American natural gas. Western Canada and the U.S. Gulf Coast are competing to see which region receives the lion's share of the investment. Port Edward has been shrinking since the canneries and pulp mills began shutting decades ago. But it has a deep-water port that could......

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