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Labor shortage endangers the development of liquefied natural gas in Canada

according to the Calgary Herald on December 10, several Canadian energy companies are trying to raise nearly $50billion to build the first batch of exports of Canadian natural gas, which plays a major role in the process of providing comfort to passengers. The dock will face the basic problem of labor shortage. Labor data from the United States and Canada show that the labor shortage has made the wages of some Canadian oil and gas workers 60% higher than their American counterparts. Geoff hill, a partner of Deloitte accounting firm in Calgary and head of financial consulting business in the oil industry, said that the lack of skilled workers is the main reason why oil and gas can reduce emissions of CO2 and SO2 by more than 64 million tons in China. Project delays and budgets are scattered in 28 provinces, cities and autonomous regions across the country. With the construction of new projects, this problem will continue to worsen

chevron Corp., Royal Dutch Shell and petroliam Nasional plan to expand their business and expect to make profits in the Asian market with increasing LNG demand. Chevron and other LNG giants are striving for more gold, gradually moving towards green development financial support, and negotiating long-term contracts with suppliers. According to the prediction of national bank financial of Canada, LNG production enterprises are expected to spend C $47.8 billion (US $44.8 billion) to build five LNG export terminals in Canada by 2021. Grant Thornton, an audit, tax and consulting firm, predicts that they will need 21600 workers during the peak construction period of the five projects. In addition, the petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada predicts that Canada will need up to 47900 oil and gas workers in the next decade

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