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The Globe and Mail: Another energy company joins to race for LNG export

Orca LNG, the Canadian affiliate of an energy firm based in Cypress Texas, want to build an export terminal near Prince Rupert.

Orca anticipates the start of exportation will be sometime in 2019, which they say will start-up with only one vessel.

Due to confidentiality clauses, further details have been kept tight-lipped, but it’s being reported that talks have begun to enlist partners.

Options are being weighed to transport the gas supplies by pipeline, however, the process of acquiring natural gas has yet to be confirmed.

There are currently 17 proposed LNG project so far, though industry experts say only four will most likely come to fruition.

Two LNG projects have also been proposed for Oregon.

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