Province reaches another agreement for LNG facility land

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There is already an agreement in place with Nexen for the Aurora LNG project on the adjacent piece of land. In February 2013, the Province put out a request for an expression of interest to build at Grassy Point near Prince Rupert, which attracted four suitable submissions.

Woodside will now have to seek regulatory approval, an export permit from the National Energy Board and decide with its partners if the project will move forward. 

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