British Columbia to run LNG ports
Delegation includes 4 facilities proposed for Prince Rupert area; feds say provincial regulation would save money, resources, time
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Under proposed Canadian government regulations, British Columbia’s energy regulator will be the lead authority over any LNG export facilities and ports on the province’s Pacific coast even if they are built on federally owned port lands, under proposed federal regulations.
The objective is to pass c....
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Port of Prince Rupert
Concern over transparency
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