Canada Lng

Goldboro LNG Secures Road Access, but Numerous Obstacles Remain

Goldboro LNG Secures Road Access, but Numerous Obstacles Remain

Nine years after announcing tanker shipments would start in 2018, the $10 billion plan for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from Canada’s Atlantic coast has secured road access to its terminal site but has not begun construction. Nova Scotia Environment Minister Keith Irving granted the road permit for Goldboro LNG, and owner Pieridae Energy Ltd.…

May 4, 2021
Native Challengers Not Giving Up Fight in BC Coastal GasLink Project

Native Challengers Not Giving Up Fight in BC Coastal GasLink Project

Native pipeline opponents vowed this week to keep fighting TC Energy Corp.’s Coastal GasLink project across northern British Columbia (BC) despite a permanent court injunction and police enforcement order granted Dec. 31 against interference with construction.

January 8, 2020