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The process of transporting natural gas from the ground in B.C. to the end user overseas takes about 12 days. Read more...
LNG shipping industry fact: In 2014, 5.48 million cubic meters of new shipping capacity was added to the existing LNG carrier fleet (this represents a 10% increase to the LNG carrier fleet). (Per the Annual 2014 study, GIIGNL)
The latest edition of INFOCUS, LNG Canada’s community newsletter, has arrived. Read more...
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Vancouver, British Columbia, July 11, 2016 – Today, LNG Canada announces that its joint venture participants have decided to delay a final investment decision on LNG Canada that was planned for end 2016.