Bear Head LNG is proposing a 1,600-kilometer (1,000-mile) pipeline to bring Western Canadian natural gas to the Maritimes for transformation into liquefied natural gas (LNG) that would make the short ocean hop to European markets. Management is optimistic about the project, but some experts question whether it is feasible, considering the outlook for natural gas prices.
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Articles from Aaron Beswick
The fiscal case for exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Nova Scotia to Europe continues to decline, as sponsors eye world oversupply.
While the outlook for the North American liquefied natural gas (LNG) export business dims with every ratchet down in the price of oil and natural gas, sponsors of three proposed export terminals in Nova Scotia are convinced that when the turnaround comes, their straight shot across the Atlantic will give them an edge.