Management of Australia-based Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. (LNGL), which is developing gas export terminals in Canada and the United States, is considering moving headquarters to the United States and listing on the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq “as the company progresses toward the development of its projects in North America.” Current North American businesses are Magnolia LNG LLC, which is developing an export terminal in Lake Charles, LA; Bear Head LNG Corp. Inc., which is developing an export terminal in Richmond County, Nova Scotia; and Bear Paw Pipeline Corp. Inc., which is proposing to construct a gas pipeline lateral to connect gas supply to Bear Head LNG.
California Gov. Jerry Brown, who is helping lead a coalition of states, municipalities and groups to meet the voluntary standards under the Paris climate change agreement, has concluded five days of bilateral climate meetings in China with a keynote address at Tsinghua University and in a meeting with the mayor of Beijing. As a follow-up, Brown plans to meet with Germany's Barbara Hendricks, minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety. The governor said he went to China because he sees it as an ally in the fight to combat climate change. Brown met with China's President Xi Jinping, leaders from three provinces, and two national government ministers for science/technology and commerce.