Pacific NorthWest cancellation leaves Canadian LNG in limbo

Many of the Canadian LNG developments in the Prince Rupert area of British Columbia are in limbo following the cancellation of Petronas’s Pacific NorthWest LNG project.
By Staff reporter 8 September 2017 0 27509

Many of the Canadian LNG developments in the Prince Rupert area of British Columbia are in limbo following the cancellation of Petronas’s Pacific NorthWest LNG project, according to The Northern View.

Nexen Energy is closest to receiving government approval for its 24 mtpa Aurora LNG project, which has an estimated startup date of 2020-2024.

Planning for ExxonMobil and Imperial Oil Resources’ 15 mtpa WCC LNG project is reported to be in the early stages, while Woodside Energy’s 20 mtpa Grassy Point LNG has...

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