Shell to end BG’s Prince Rupert LNG project

Shell has decided not to continue with its Prince Rupert LNG export project in British Columbia.
By Staff reporter 13 March 2017 0 25017

Anglo-Dutch major Shell has decided not to continue with its Prince Rupert LNG export project in British Columbia, but it is still considering the potential of its other West Coast project, LNG Canada in Kitimat, CBC News has reported.

The Prince Rupert project, originally launched by BG Group, was put on hold in 2014. The project became part of Shell’s global LNG portfolio following its acquisition of BG in 2016.

“We are disappointed to see Shell bring an end to this particular project on Ridley Island, at...

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