5. Factors Influencing the Carbon Footprint of LNG

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As the above examples illustrate, not all LNG facilities are created equal. In British Columbia, industry proponents have a range of technologies and strategies at their disposal—both “upstream” at the source of gas extraction and “downstream” at the LNG plant, and at all points between—that could bring down the life cycle carbon footprint of British Columbia LNG to a world-leading standard.

Broadly speaking, three factors influence the carbon footprint of LNG, from wellhead to waterline.

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