Nova Scotia LNG projects hinge on US
Two projects need US natural gas feedstock, approval from US Department of Energy to export to non-Free Trade Agreement countries
For Petroleum News
Two LNG projects planned for Nova Scotia are in the unusual position of relying on the United States to secure both feedstock natural gas and export markets.
And two more proposals for Canadaís Maritime region are equally dependent on the U.S. ó one by Spainís Repsol to add export capacity to its C....
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