Canada LNG: In with a whimper
Two federal project approvals raise barely a ripple as proponents continue search for supplies, face competition from Europe, Asia
For Petroleum News
Two of Canada’s proposed liquefied natural gas projects have received regulatory green lights, but they were accompanied by barely lukewarm enthusiasm from the federal government, reflecting the trouble all Canadian LNG ventures have experienced in trying to secure supplies.
The government support w....
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