Four more LNG export licences approved

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In its decision, the national energy regulator says the amount of gas proposed to be exported would be surplus to what’s needed in Canada.

Licences have already been approved for three other projects, including LNG Canada, Kitimat LNG, and Douglas Channel Energy. 

There are four other applications up for NEB approval, including Triton LNG, proposed by AltaGas and Idemitsu, and Nexen’s Aurora LNG.


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