Chinese-backed LNG project in northern BC, gets export license

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Steward, a sleepy former gold and silver mining town on Canada’s northern Pacific Coast, might be revived by a liquefaction project after regulators granted an export licence to a firm, backed by Chinese investors. The National Energy Board (NEB) authorized Canada Stewart Energy Group to ship 25 Tcf of natural gas over 25 years in tanker cargoes to be loaded at a rate of up to 4.6 Bcf/d. 

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