Sanctioning has taken another step forward for what would be the second liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal on Canada’s west coast under a facility approval granted by the British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission.
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An Asian plan for the next British Columbia (BC) natural gas export terminal, Woodfibre LNG, has landed BP Gas Marketing Ltd. as its second customer with a deal that does double duty by contributing to project supplies too.
Japanese oil and gas exploration and production major Inpex Corp. has signed a heads of agreement with the Indonesian government to build the $20 billion Abadi liquified natural gas (LNG) project.
FERC has scheduled an environmental assessment (EA) for Gulf South Pipeline Co.’s (Gulf South) proposed Index 99 Expansion project, which would increase natural gas firm transportation to markets along the Gulf Coast.
New York has for now blocked even more Appalachian shale gas from entering the state after denying a key permit for the Northeast Supply Enhancement Project.
Chevron Canada Ltd. and Woodside Energy Ltd. in an export license application to the National Energy Board (NEB) have doubled the size and intended lifespan of KM LNG, their planned natural gas project for offshore British Columbia (BC).
NextDecade Corp. took the global stage late Monday in announcing the first long-term supply deal from its proposed Rio Grande liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in South Texas.
The British Columbia (BC) government delivered Monday on a promise of up to C$6 billion ($4.5 billion) in aid for the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project to enter construction on the province’s northern Pacific coast.