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.…
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Bechtel Corp. has been recruited as a candidate to build the delayed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia. Project sponsor Pieridae Energy Ltd. said Wednesday that Bechtel accepted an assignment to review the eight-year-old export proposal and present an execution plan by March 31. The agreement also requests…
A second attempt is under way to fulfill environmental rules for a supply deal for the Goldboro liquefied natural gas export facility proposed for Canada’s east coast after the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) rejected the first transaction plan.
The Covid-19 virus pandemic has inflicted delay on a planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project on Canada’s Atlantic Coast,Goldboro LNG, project sponsor Pieridae Energy Ltd. said Thursday.
A C$16 million ($12 million) development expense budget will keep alive in 2020 the delayed plan to export natural gas from Canada’s Atlantic coast via the Goldboro terminal in Nova Scotia, according to project sponsor Pieridae Energy Ltd.
Pieridae Energy Ltd. has closed the purchase of all of Shell Canada Energy’s midstream and upstream assets in the southern Alberta foothills for C$190 million ($142.5 million) in a deal that would provide the majority of gas needed to supply the first train at its proposed Goldboro liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Nova Scotia.
Low natural gas prices have slammed the 2019 planning budget for a natural gas export terminal on Canada’s east coast, with spending on the Goldboro project cut by 56% by sponsor Pieridae Energy Ltd.
Pieridae Energy Ltd. announced an engineering review of costs for its delayed proposal to launch liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from Canada’s Atlantic coast by building a mammoth Nova Scotia terminal, Goldboro LNG.
A crack opened Friday in provincial policy walls that have kept unconventional natural gas production out of Eastern Canada, when the New Brunswick legislature voted in favor of at least considering making an exception for a rich drilling target.
Goldboro LNG obtained a construction permit on Wednesday but set no date to use the favorable decision from the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSUARB) to build its proposed Canadian east coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal.