Ice-free terminal and infrastructure in place make gives Bear Head project a competitive edge.
Bear Head hopes to become the top choice for producers looking to get landlocked natural gas to markets.
Joint venture will continue to work on the competitiveness of the project.
No project has reached a final investment decision.
BC premier says it needs to ensure market conditions work with suppliers.
Declining prices and increasing construction costs prompted reduction.
But CEO says the agreement doesn’t mean a final decision to build has been made.
Liquefaction terminal would ship gas from Kitimat or Prince Rupert.
Five workers hurt at processing facility, 400 residents evacuated.
Credit union calls for growth of more than 4% fired by liquefied natural gas projects.
CAPP sees the plan as a framework, but the rates need more work.
There are no firm commitments to build terminals, so no revenues by 2017.
Energy Minister Bill Bennett will have the choice to use natural gas or electricity.
Ernst & Young study recommends performance improvement programs to boost efficiency.
Tides Canada report concludes LNG plants will be 300% dirtier than electricity-driven operations.