Where gas is keener

Fearing its competitiveness is slipping, the Canadian natural gas industry islobbying for pipeline rates of return and tax policies on a par with the US.By Catherine Lacoursière

As North American energy and investment markets become more integrated, thereis concern that an unlevel playing field is making it harder to finance Canadiannatural gas infrastructure projects. It is estimated Canada will require $1.5billion per year for 20 years to upgrade its current energy infrastructure. YetCanadian natural gas pipeline developers say lower rates of returns on projectscompared with the US, and differing tax treatments are making it harder to competefor investment capital to

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