LNG shuffle goes on
Seven gas producers, accounting for 20% of Canada’s gas output, form consortium
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Another of British Columbia’s hoped-for LNG projects has gone up in smoke, leaving only one survivor from the wreckage out of more than 20 active proposals only three years ago.
But out of the ashes a fresh scheme is taking shape involving a partnership of three identified companies and seven other....
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Operations by 2026
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