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Title: The Expanding Role Of Natural Gas Imports From Canada In The U.S. Northeast
Author: James A. Rooney
Source: American Gas Association 1983
Year Published: 1983
Abstract: I have been asked to discuss with you today a topic which has received much attention recently. Unfortunately, a good deal of this attention has been focused on the current difficulties Canadian gas exporters are facing in establishing a pricing regime consistent with the realities of todays U.S. gas market. My remarks are intended to serve two purposes first, to suggest that overcoming these difficulties are demonstrably in both countries interests. Indeed, recent moves by the Canadian government to reduce the border price of natural gas exports demonstrate an accommodation can be expected over the coming months. Secondly, I hope that I will leave you with a clear sense that the United States Northeast represents an eager and attractive market for Canadian gas exports.