Canadian outpost stirs into action
New Brunswick draws interest from two US-based gas producers; LNG import terminal delivers first gas; refinery upgrade completed
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New Brunswick sits on the doorstep of New England and New York, one of the world’s largest natural gas consuming regions.
Until now, the Canadian province has been little more than a long-shot prospect to help meet the energy needs of its giant neighbors.
But two U.S.-based gas producers have starte....
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