CALGARY A new report suggests LNG prices will remain low well beyond 2020, further eroding Canada ambitions to become a prominent exporter of the super cooled gas in coming years.Analysts at Moody Investor Service said that global LNG markets are likely to remain oversupplied well into the next decade as Asian demand for the gas weakens and new supplies begin entering the market.The estimate runs counter to some other analyst projections, which expect markets to balance in the next few years to create a so called wave of opportunity for would be LNG exporters in Canada.The international LNG market has grown rapidly over the past few years as rising demand for the gas, particularly in Asian countries, kicked off a global race to meet future supply needs. And Alberta. And elsewhere, satisfying demand for the gas.LNG markets could return to balance by 2021 and spur “second wave” of opportunity: analystPetronas said to eye new island for $27 billion Canadian LNG plan to ease oppositionMihoko Manabe, a Moody analyst who contributed to the report, said Canada missed opportunity to enter the LNG market is partly a result of oversupply.
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The joint venture, in which Imperial owns a 25 per cent stake, isn expected to ramp back up to full capacity until September.difficult to make promises and commitments and then disappoint on them, Kruger said of Syncrude, referring to previous efforts to improve reliability at the project.Imperial spent much of its second quarter earnings call Friday describing efforts the company was undertaking to improve its own oilsands projects, including its Kearl oilsands mine and steam based operation at Cold Lake, Alta., apart from Syncrude.All three of Imperial major upstream assets were affected by maintenance, knocking out 89 million bpd in the second quarter, according to National Bank Financial Inc. Analyst Travis Wood.Suncor president and CEO Steve Williams also criticized the joint venture partners in Syncrude, which include Imperial and Chinese state owned Sinopec and CNOOC Ltd. Nexen, for being slow to adopt an accelerated improvement plan.recent event highlights the need to accelerate Syncrude strategic plan to ensure reliability, Williams said.