Canada Gas Exhibition and Conference


Transform opportunity into economic growth at the Canada Gas Exhibition & Conference on May 7-9, 2024, in Vancouver, Canada. Canada’s only event dedicated to the gas industry, attend to discover how Canada is demonstrating its leadership and expertise in the global market.

Featuring exciting new additions to this year’s show, such as bunkering & storage, hydrogen & CCUS, marine & logistics, and gas & LNG, uncover natural gas solutions propelling Canada forward as a symbol of stability and environmental responsibility, as the nation prepares to play a substitutional role in supporting international energy security.

Investment Highlights


  • Canada has one of the world’s most abundant supplied of natural gas, the world’s most in demand fuel. As long as cheap Russian gas was available, there was less demand in Europe for LNG from North America, and the demand for North American gas from Asia remains high. Canada also has abundant and diverse feedstocks for hydrogen production, where demand is skyrocketing. The time is now for Canada to show leadership on the world’s stage and showcase its energy potential to the world.


  • With growing global emphasis on sustainability and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the role of natural gas and hydrogen in Canada’s energy transition is vital. It is imperative to continue the collaborative approach we are taking on clean technologies, carbon capture and storage, methane emissions reduction, and the integration of natural gas into a low-carbon energy mix.


  • Cedar LNG is positioned to be the largest, First Nation majority-owned project in Canada. The floating LNG facility in Kitimat will have a liquefaction capacity of 400 million standard cubic feet per day and obtained approval from the BC Environmental Assessment Office. Capacity building still needs to be addressed and how we promote greater understanding and awareness between the energy industry and First Nations.


  • LNG and hydrogen can complement each other in Canada’s energy mix. There is potential for using LNG as a feedstock for hydrogen production and the feasibility of integrating hydrogen into existing LNG infrastructure, and potential synergies with existing LNG storage and transportation systems.


LNG Canada
LNG Canada will export Canadian natural gas to Asian markets, and in the process, put Canada on the global map of LNG exporting countries and create a world-class liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry in British Columbia and Canada.

Woodfibre LNG
The Woodfibre LNG Project is owned and operated by Woodfibre LNG Limited, a privately held Canadian company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Woodfibre LNG Limited is the owner of the former Woodfibre pulp mill site, which is located about seven kilometers southwest of downtown Squamish, B.C.

The Cedar LNG Project
The Cedar LNG Project (Project) is a proposed floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada, within the traditional territory of the Haisla Nation. The Project is strategically positioned to leverage Canada’s abundant natural gas supply and BC’s growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure to produce industry-leading low-carbon Canadian LNG for new overseas markets.