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The West's anti-carbon obsession fuelled Putin's war against Ukraine

National Post: '...In a recent call, Trudeau and Scholz were said to have discussed “the potential for future co-operation on liquified natural gas,” but that will likely be far into the future, because despite the fact that 18 LNG export terminals have been proposed in Canada over the years, and 24 long-term LNG export licenses have been granted since 2011, a grand total of zero have been built.

'Although the Liberals cannot shoulder all the blame for this, there is no question that their public disdain for fossil fuels has hindered the development of energy infrastructure and driven away investment.

'Not only would having LNG export facilities have potentially added billions to our GDP and created tens of thousands of jobs, it would have allowed us to sell gas to our European allies, thus lessening their reliance on unsavoury regimes, or given us the ability to increase shipments to Asia, so more American supplies could be diverted to Europe.'

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