Friday, 31 October 2014 09:12

LNG Canada gas link pipeline approved

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TransCanada's 670 km long, 48” diameter, Coastal GasLink pipeline to deliver shale feed-gas to the Shell's proposed Canada LNG terminal in Kitimat has been approved by the BC Government with 32 conditions related to construction best practices. If built, the pipeline will run from Groundbirch area near Dawson Creek to the export terminal with an initial capacity of 2-3 billion cubic feet of LNG per day. Shell has a 50% stake in LNG Canada, PetroChina has 20% leaving Mitsubishi Corp and Korea Gas Corp with 15% each.

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