Apache seeks LNG Kitimat export permit
Customers still being sought; MOUs under discussion with Korea Gas, Spainís Gas Natural; progress toward First Nation backing
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Apache, with EOG Resources as its partner, has moved a step closer to exporting LNG through the British Columbia port at Kitimat by applying to Canadaís National Energy Board for a 20-year permit covering 10 million metric tons per year. It hopes for a regulatory decision in the next 12 months.
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MOUs under discussion
Export proposed from Sabine Pass
First Nation backing
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