This is the alliance promoting the development of a liquefied natural gas industry in northern B.C. and includes major players like Chevron Canada, Shell Canada Energy and Petronas.
An Exxon spokesman says the company is looking forward to working with government to develop a world-class LNG industry in Canada’s west, according to the Globe.
The company has a license to export as much as 30 million tonnes of LNG annually and has entered an option agreement with the City of Prince Rupert for a site at Tuck Inlet.
Overall, this makes Exxon the seventh member of the B.C. LNG Alliance, and to date we still have 18 proposals announced for the province, although none of them has yet made a final investment decision.
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With files from The Globe and Mail