THE NEW CANADA'S LNG
FP - In a few short weeks, Woodfibre LNG is poised to become the second liquefied natural gas export project to break ground on Canada's West Coast even as other advanced Canadian LNG proposals have been delayed yet again.
Woodfibre LNG, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Pacific Oil and Gas Ltd., is finalizing its engineering, procurement and construction contract, which company president David Keane expects to sign "at the end of the summer or shortly thereafter" before construction begins on the LNG export facility in Squamish, British Columbia.
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