LNG projects on the move in B.C.
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The two liquefied natural gas terminals planned for deepwater ports in northern British Columbia continue to thumb their noses at analysts who believe only one can survive.
Kitimat LNG and WestPac LNG both reported progress in the regulatory stream June 6, with Kitimat gaining an apparent edge after....
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Kitimat would have 6.5B in storage
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