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Distributor Says Canaport Terminal May Not Serve Canadian Markets

Before the Canadian National Energy Board’s hearings on the proposed Brunswick Pipeline closed, a representative of a Canadian natural gas distributor expressed concern that the Canaport LNG terminal may not supply gas to Canadian markets. Canaport proj
November 21, 2006

Before the Canadian National Energy Board’s hearings on the proposed Brunswick Pipeline closed, a representative of a Canadian natural gas distributor expressed concern that the Canaport LNG terminal may not supply gas to Canadian markets. Canaport project developers responded that a commitment to local markets is contemplated, but not yet finalized. The Associated Press article is carried via Energy Central Professional. [Subscription required]

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