The compressed natural gas (CNG) “pipeline on wheels” is about to get rolling in the hard-to-serve hamlets of Nova Scotia, and a place called Antigonish is bidding to become the first community in the province to use CNG to serve its homes and small businesses.
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The Canadian race to Asia with liquefied natural gas (LNG) has run into a hurdle at the starting gate: British Columbia consumers.
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.
Pieridae Energy's plans for a facility at Goldboro, Nova Scotia (NS), that would export liquefied natural gas (LNG), including liquefied shale natural gas production from the eastern United States, have been approved by Randy Delorey, Nova Scotia minister of environment, the Halifax, NS-based company said Friday.
After nine months of negotiations with shippers, Calgary-based TransCanada Corp. on Monday announced an agreement to maintain the services and finances status quo on its Nova natural gas pipeline grid in Alberta and British Columbia (BC).
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.
Encana Corp.’s Deep Panuke natural gas field offshore Nova Scotia, which has been in development in some form for more than 10 years, is scheduled to begin production before the end of June, according to the Dutch company that was hired to build and operate the production facility.
Canadian political leaders are refusing to let project delays and shaky markets lower high expectations for rapid development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from shale drilling in northern British Columbia (BC).