B.C. LNG plant on the move
Hit by cost inflation, WestPac relocates closer to major markets, but encounters early environmental opposition; argues the benefits new site
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Privately held WestPac LNG has derailed plans for an LNG terminal on the northern British Columbia coast, citing runaway construction costs as one of its reasons, and proposed a more ambitious undertaking closer to major markets.
It now plans to build a C$2 billion LNG import terminal and 600-megawa....
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Environmental assessment by fall of ‘09
Environmentalist calls proposal ‘high risk’
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