One shelved, seven still standing
Unable to solve supply problems, Anadarko mothballs Nova Scotia LNG plans; only Irving-Repsol project has certain supplies, leaving seven Canadian projects in various stages of development; Kitimat only fully permitted terminal for the West Coast
For Petroleum News
Once on the leading edge of Canada’s ambitions to enter the liquefied natural gas age, the Bear Head project in Nova Scotia has been mothballed.
After an apparent losing struggle to arrange LNG supplies, Anadarko has officially written off its investment in a receiving terminal that was intended to....
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Seven proposals in various stages
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