Arctic delays raise need for LNG
TransCanada's CEO Hal Kvisle hasn't given up on Mackenzie gas pipeline project, but says whether gas comes on stream in 2010 or 2020 ‘is not critical,’ Tristone Capital study offers solutions
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Delays in moving natural gas pipelines from the North Slope and Mackenzie Delta through political, regulatory and corporate hoops have reinforced for TransCanada Chief Executive Officer Hal Kvisle the urgency of bringing liquefied natural gas into North America.
And that puts Russian LNG supplies at....
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Tristone: Mackenzie uneconomic
Lack of fiscal terms could delay project 15 years
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