Canada warned clock is running
Shell says window for LNG 10 years; delegation from Japan stresses need for pipelines if Canada is to compete for Asian market
For Petroleum News
Royal Dutch Shell is intensifying the drumbeat, sounding a warning to Canada that unless it speeds regulatory approval and eliminates red tape it will miss the opportunity to sell LNG in Asia.
In case the message hadnít come through from Shellís Canadian President Lorraine Mitchelmore it was deliver....
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