BC Kitimat LNG project now in US hands
EOG, Apache team up to lead Canada’s first LNG export; EOG’s Mark Papa says other markets needed to offset ‘bearish’ gas price
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EOG Resources and Apache, two of the largest United States-based energy companies and two of the most active players in northern British Columbia’s shale gas region, will take full control of Canada’s first plan to export liquefied natural gas.
Through its Canadian subsidiary, EOG announced May 18 i....
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