No stopping LNG Canada
Consortium boss says Shell has spent C$3 billion lining up contracts in China
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The LNG Canada consortium is turning words into action, a month after its Chief Executive Officer Andy Caliz declared there “is not a single scenario” that would cause construction of a related pipeline to be stopped.
Work is also proceeding on an C$18 billion LNG export facility at Kitimat on the....
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