Spanish energy major Repsol SA is the sole owner of Canada’s only liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal after it purchased Irving Oil Ltd.’s share in the project. Repsol, which previously a held 75% stake in the terminal, added Irving’s 25% interest in the disused Canaport LNG terminal at St. John, New Brunswick. The value…
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Commissioner Robert Powelson told an industry audience in Pittsburgh last week that they don’t have to worry about any “tectonic shifts in policy” as FERC prepares to review how it evaluates and approves interstate natural gas pipeline projects.
Hazardous cargo “sloshing” and tanker traffic rights have surfaced as concerns that Atlantic Coast industry will float during regulatory hearings on TransCanada Corp.’s Energy East plan for partial conversion of its natural gas Mainline to oil service.
More than a year after an eager East Coast provincial government named Canada’s lone liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal as a prime candidate to switch to revenue-generating exports, the plant refuses to be rushed into making the change.
Maritimes Canada natural gas consumers should consider taking up to 600 MMcf/d of firm pipeline capacity from the Marcellus Shale to ensure security of supply and avoid the $30/MMBtu gas prices seen last winter, ICF Consulting Canada Inc. said in a new study prepared for the Nova Scotia Department of Energy.