British Columbia keeps LNG hopes alive
Government expects ‘remarkable’ year of announcements as major players ExxonMobil/Imperial, CNOOC and Woodfibre advance plans
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There is no shortage of critics suggesting that British Columbia’s hoped-for LNG industry is in decline, but some of the outward appearances suggest otherwise.
Official word from the joint venture by ExxonMobil and Imperial Oil that they have entered the regulatory phase for their planned C$25 billi....
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