Heather Exner-Pirot underscores the connectedness of the North American energy supply chain. She shares her perspective in an article by the Canadian Press about the Canadian implications of the United States’ decision to pause approvals for liquified natural gas export terminals. 

“Your first instinct might be, maybe this is good for Canadian LNG, you know, because our main competitor is having its wings clipped. But Canadian natural gas companies are so integrated with the North American market that there isn’t really a separation. If it’s bad for American energy, it’s bad for Canadian natural gas producers and mid-stream companies.” 

Heather Exner-Pirot, Special Advisor, Business Council of Canada