Forget imports, let’s export
Kitimat LNG: Shipping gas to Asia a better bet than building re-gasifying plant
For Petroleum News
There’s been a turn of events at a planned LNG facility on the northern British Columbia coast – a 180-degree turn, in fact.
Instead of importing LNG, privately held Kitimat LNG now says it is working on a liquefaction terminal to export LNG to Asia from the deepwater port at Kitimat.
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