Yet again, Canada Action has had another very successful year 2022, reaching more and more Canadians across the country with our balanced, fact-based and non-partisan discussions on our world-class natural resources.
A large part of our content in 2022 centred around liquefied natural gas (LNG). To celebrate that success, we’ve put together a list of some of our most successful Facebook posts for you to review.
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Top LNG Tweets 2022
A grim reminder that the cancellation of numerous #CanadianLNG projects over the past decade hasn’t helped families or reduced emissions.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) August 24, 2022
The world will need all energy sources for decades to come, let’s get #Canada in the game. pic.twitter.com/3Hy1XOAe8w
In the face of blackouts and energy shortages around the world it’s time to accept we should have done more.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) August 27, 2022
Going forward, we must be pragmatic in our support of all Canadian energy sources to help both local families and the world. #CdnPoli #CdnLNG #CdnEnergy pic.twitter.com/EOhjbRuNKX
The country of now +— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) September 3, 2022
The country of the future 🇨🇦
We can maximize the value of our resources through LNG exports -to-support our families today & future opportunities like hydrogen
✅ Canada can be a pragmatic beacon of hope for today, and for the furure#EnergyCrisis #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/tt6j1TIEOb
Mozambique, Qatar, Australia, Mexico, Malaysia, Nigeria, Algeria, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, the UAE and the USA are all seizing the opportunity to export LNG.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) August 27, 2022
Natural gas demand will be robust for decades and the world has never needed #CanadianLNG more. pic.twitter.com/V8nNfaGPsD
People in Europe have been burning trash and wood to stay warm affordably.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) October 28, 2022
The world is asking for #CanadianLNG — we have an important role to play in long term energy security. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/4NcXuhuhNo
Canada needs to give the world what it wants — more natural gas.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) August 31, 2022
We are an energy powerhouse with the ability to satisfy much of the world’s growing energy needs for decades to come. #CdnPoli #CdnEnergy #CdnLNG https://t.co/ZAadYnRgDj
Argentina, Mexico, Nigeria, Qatar, UAE, Australia and the USA are stepping up to supply more liquified natural gas for Europe and the world.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) September 29, 2022
It makes a whole lot of financial and environmental sense to get #Canada in the game ASAP. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/eU5dv57EBv
Eat or heat, what would you choose during a cold winter?— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) September 1, 2022
We need to ensure adequate supplies and a pragmatic approach to support all energy sources.
The world is asking for #CanadianLNG, let’s work together to make it a reality. pic.twitter.com/nG5lOfzyGp
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