It’s a tough time to be starting from scratch to build a natural-gas export industry that requires massive, long-term capital investment.
The federal government announced late Tuesday its approval, with 190 conditions, of Pacific NorthWest LNG’s proposal to build a plant on the coast of northern British Columbia. The facility would liquefy natural gas and ship it by specialized tanker.
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