Shell gains ‘crucial’ facility permit
Kitimat liquefaction, tanker terminal site receives facility permit from British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission; 30 conditions
For Petroleum News
The Shell-led LNG Canada project has gained a key permit allowing it to start preparation work at the project’s liquefaction and tanker terminal site at Kitimat, on the northern British Columbia coast.
Although final corporate investment decision is still awaited, LNG Canada is the first in the long....
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