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Varcoe: 'We Need to Get After It' — Enbridge CEO Sees Future Growth for Canadian Energy

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'The bottom line is the time has come to take a fresh look at Canada's role in the global energy transition. The responsibility, and the opportunity, is (here) today — and we simply need to get after it'

Northampton, MA --News Direct-- Enbridge

Enbridge CEO Al Monaco. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
Enbridge CEO Al Monaco. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

By Chris Varcoe

The world has moved into an energy crisis, additional supplies are required and a window has opened to build new liquefied natural gas developments, says Enbridge CEO Al Monaco.

In such turbulence, Canada can play an “outsized role” in the future of global energy, although regulatory challenges need to be removed so the country can provide low-carbon, secure and affordable energy to the world.

These were some of the key messages the head of Canada’s largest pipeline company delivered Wednesday during an address about the future of energy to the Canadian Club of Toronto.

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