Apache muddies BC waters, pulls out of Kitimat LNG for onshore
In abandoning what the British Columbia government once viewed as the launching pad for a multibillion dollar LNG industry, Apache has also created a void that will not easily be filled and added to a darkening cloud over the province’s hopes of building a new, profitable industrial sector.
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