Canada’s 1st LNG Export Facility Gets Green Light; Marcellus Gas?

The Bear Head LNG export facility in Nova Scotia, Canada has just taken another huge step forward. You may recall last August when we outlined the $2.2 billion project proposed by Australian company Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, or LNGL (see Deal to Purchase Site for Nova Scotia LNG Plant Advances Quickly). On Tuesday, the company reported they have received necessary Canadian regulatory approvals to move forward with the project. Why are we going on about an LNG plant in Nova Scotia? Because Marcellus Shale gas will feed it…

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