A C$63.3 million ($47.5 million) cleanup chore has been approved for two pipelines left empty when 19 years of natural gas production ended offshore of Nova Scotia at the end of 2018.
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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.
Bear Head LNG Corp. has announced project participation and benefits agreements with Nova Scotia native and labor groups for its proposed natural gas export terminal on Canada’s Atlantic coast.
A second pipeline expansion project has been sparked by a natural gas market shuffle on the Canada’s east coast that would replace depleted offshore supplies with western production.
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.
Canada’s contender to start Atlantic coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports announced Monday that it has secured an open door to ask for increased financial help from the German government in exchange for a supply commitment.
BP Canada Energy Group ulc has been granted operational approval for the first of seven planned deepwater exploration wells offshore of Nova Scotia.
The pipeline network created to foster natural gas development in Alberta by the province’s government has broken away from its parent to cater to new production in northern British Columbia (BC).