"Virtual Pipelines" for rural, remote and Indigenous community natural gas distribution are no longer just fantasy concepts.  In Australia, New England, Alaska, they are off and running for real.  Virtual Pipelines are also gaining a foothold in Ontario, and, with some coordination, innovation and regulatory flexibility, rural and remote parts of the Northern Canada.  It's only a matter of time before unserved First Nation and Inuit communities might see clean energy natural gas for home, business, and industry heating and power generation.  In this post, we provide some perspective and showcase leading Virtual Pipeline projects in Australia, New England, Alaska and Québec.  Scroll down to see those project examples.