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British Columbia to Offer Gas Royalty Relief to Help Develop LNG Export Infrastructure

The provincial government of British Columbia will allow up to $120 million in royalty credits to help develop oil and natural gas infrastructure in the province, including the LNG export facilities proposed for Canada’s West Coast. The Vancouver Sun pro
February 23, 2012

The provincial government of British Columbia will allow up to $120 million in royalty credits to help develop oil and natural gas infrastructure in the province, including the LNG export facilities proposed for Canada’s West Coast. The Vancouver Sun provides further details.

Separately, the Edmonton Journal offers an op-ed piece that argues Canadian LNG export projects risk being left behind as Asian LNG buyers secure long-term supplies from other global gas producers.

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