Another Canadian LNG export project was cancelled this week, as stakeholders for the 24 mtpa Aurora LNG facility in British Columbia (BC) announced its demise on Thursday.
"Through this feasibility study, Aurora LNG has determined that the current macro-economic environment does not currently support the partners’ vision of developing a large LNG business at the proposed Digby Island site," Japan’s Inpex Gas British Columbia and Nexen Energy, a subsidiary of China National Offshore Oil Corp., said in a release.
The $28 billion project had received its licence...
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