The Bear Head LNG project, which will be based on Canada’s Atlantic coast, is attracting attention after Petronas scrapped plans to build the Pacific NorthWest LNG project last week.
The export facility is estimated to cost $5 billion, and will be based in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
“We’ve been working with Western Basin producers over the last year-and-a-half presenting Bear Head as a complementary option to what was proposed for the British Columbia LNG project,” said Paul MacLean, Bear Head’s strategic and regulatory affairs adviser.
“We’re not really...
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