Canada’s LNG projects not progressing fast enough

Canada’s LNG strategy is failing to move forward, local media has reported.
By Staff reporter 9 March 2017 0 24790

Canada’s LNG strategy is failing to move forward, according to the Calgary Herald. More than 20 LNG projects have been proposed in British Columbia but further developments have been slow, particularly for Malaysia’s Petronas and the Pacific NorthWest LNG project.

"We are doing a total review of the project, taking into account all the cost-optimisation options. We need to work on many fronts," Petronas’s chief executive, Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin, announced at CERAWeek in Houston this week. He would not confirm if and when Petronas will...

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