Aboriginal plans for British Columbia LNG
Tsawwassen First Nation looks at building terminal capable of handling up to six tankers a month; no costs or gas feedstock source
For Petroleum News
British Columbia aboriginals have their sights fixed on another entry point into the LNG industry.
The Tsawwassen First Nation, a community of 286 south of Vancouver, is exploring the prospect of building a terminal capable of loading up to six tankers a month and exporting 3 million to 5 million me....
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