Re: So just who is going to pay for Coastal Gaslink cost increases?-Naam
I agree that doubling the output of the LNG Canada terminal is likely a done deal, as it would make both Coastal Gaslink and the liquifacton plant much more efficient on a financial basis.
What I am not so certain about is the long term price of LNG on the world market. There is no shortage of nat gas on the planet, and contries with large reserves will continue to add liquifaction capacity. And Russian gas will find its way back on the market eventually. So I am not going to make any predictions, or investments, based on today's LNG pricing. JMO
Still a gas bull, but not a rampaging one.