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Official Says Canadian Atlantic Coast Has Reached Terminal Limit

Nova Scotia Deputy Minister of Energy Allison Scott says that, with the exception of those connected directly to New York, no additional LNG terminals should be built on Canada’s Atlantic Coast. Nova Scotia is “not actively seeking more terminals,” Scott
March 9, 2006

Nova Scotia Deputy Minister of Energy Allison Scott says that, with the exception of those connected directly to New York, no additional LNG terminals should be built on Canada’s Atlantic Coast. Nova Scotia is “not actively seeking more terminals,” Scott remarked at a Canadian energy briefing in Washington, D.C. Read more in yesterday’s Platts LNG Daily. [Subscription required]

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