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Canada approves Aurora, Oregon LNG exports

05.06.2014  | 

Canada’s National Energy Board has approved two applications for 25-year natural gas export licenses. Issuance of both licenses is subject to the approval of the Governor in Council.

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Canada’s National Energy Board has approved two applications for 25-year natural gas export licenses.

A license was approved for Aurora Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. to export LNG. The export point would be in the vicinity of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, at the outlet of the loading arm of a proposed liquefaction terminal.

A license was also approved for Oregon LNG Marketing Company, LLC to export natural gas. The export point would be in the vicinity of Kingsgate and Huntingdon, British Columbia, via existing natural gas pipelines.

Issuance of both licenses is subject to the approval of the Governor in Council.



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