Atlantic Canada full of life
Regionís LNG plans taking shape: 3 projects in works, 4th with new Australian buyer, while BC bogged down in myriad of challenges
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Agap in the outlook for Canadaís two LNG fronts shows signs of widening, with prospects for the Pacific Coast increasingly obscured in fog, while the Atlantic Coast sees hope on the horizon.
The uncertainty in British Columbia is compounded by talk of rising construction costs, a squeeze on availabl....
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