Shell’s LNG Canada project gets go-ahead from Asian partners – Moving closer to $40 billion final approvals

Approvals could see investment opportunities for Canada again September 29, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – The board of PetroChina Co.,  approved its US$3.46 billion share of the LNG Canada project, the company said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange Friday. Korea Gas Corp. did the same in Seoul.  Investment approvals help to move multibillion-dollar development one step closer to a final approval. (Shell said that the project could cost as much as $40 billion CAD.) 

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First Nation Friday – BC Premier Horgan flips on Fossil Fuels!

I owe B.C. Premier a sarcastic apology, he’s VERY pro-FOSSIL FUELS! When it’s HIS BACKYARD that sees all the profits… Reductions in green-house gas targets be damned! DRILL BABY DRILL! The BC NDP announced on Thursday a new framework to support a fossil fuel called the liquefied natural gas industry in the province. The tax breaks include relief from PST, the elimination of the LNG income tax and capping carbon tax at $30 per tonne

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