The aircraft carrier-sized terminal is part of a plan to reduce reliance on Russian gas supplies
Additional reserves add clout to B.C.’s plans to support the development of liquefied natural gas plants in the province’s north
E.on Global Commodities would buy five million tonnes annually for 20 years
Bets her government’s future on shale gas
Wants to build pipeline and export terminal in northwestern B.C.
B.C. energy minister Rich Coleman said province negotiating at least three LNG development in Kitimat
To be built near Grande Prairie, Alta., will produce 190,000-litres per day of liquefied natural gas
Commercialization expected to follow development, with Westport supplying natural gas components
Plans to ship overseas to Europe, India.
Gazprom plans to extend a natural gas pipeline from Sakhalin to Vladivostok