Bear Head LNG Facility Buys More Land, Opens Halifax Office

A Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility planned for Nova Scotia received final authorization from the U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE) to export LNG to countries that do not have free trade agreements with the United States (see Bear Head LNG Exports Get Final DOE Approval – Good for Marcellus. Bear Head LNG, a $2.2 billion project proposed by Australian company Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (LNGL) received Canadian approval a year ago (see Canada’s 1st LNG Export Facility Gets Green Light; Marcellus Gas?). The project then received DOE approval to export to free trade agreement countries in July of 2015 (see 2nd Canadian LNG Plant Gets U.S. Approval to Export Marcellus Gas). This project is keeping its foot on the pedal. LNGL announced today they’ve purchased more land surrounding the site where they plan to build. Companies don’t sink this kind of money into projects they are not serious about. Here’s the latest on Bear Head LNG…

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