Update on Goldboro LNG – Labor Agreement Signed to Build

We’ve kept an eye on several LNG export projects along the Eastern shore of Canada (most of them in Nova Scotia) for some time. Why? Because they’re a huge potential market for Marcellus and Utica Shale gas. One of those projects, in Nova Scotia, is the Goldboro LNG project from Pieridae Energy. The U.S. Dept. of Energy approved the plant for exporting to non-free trade agreement counties in February 2016 (see Goldboro LNG Project Gets Final DOE Approval – Good for Marcellus). In August 2016, Honeywell announced it was selected to provide the Goldboro project with automation and safety systems and serve as the integrated main automation contractor (see Signs of Life in Canadian Goldboro LNG Export Project). And in October, Pieridae signed a labor contract to build the plant (see Pieridae Energy Signs Labor Contract to Build Goldboro LNG). That labor contact, originally signed in October, was recently ratified by a 85% of the union members expected to work on the project. It is yet another milestone along the way to building the Goldboro LNG plant…

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