If China’s supposed and potential self-sufficiency in renewable energy is the only threat hanging over Canada LNG, then there are happy times ahead for the project. China is as close to getting self-sufficient in energy as a fish is from walking on the moon.
The $40-billion liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C. could be obsolete a lot sooner than we think, according to environmentalist Karen Tam Wu. “China has proven to be a powerhouse in renewable energy development,” Tam Wu, the Pembina Institute’s managing director for B.C., told The Current’s Anna Maria Tremonti.