Petronas’s Pacific Northwest LNG Project “Shovel Ready” Once it Receives Permits

The Globe and Mail reports that the president of Pacific Northwest LNG, majority backed by Malaysian state oil company Petronas, has stated that despite a native group’s legal challenge of the project’s proposed site, his company is “shovel ready, and ready to move ahead as soon as we’ve got the final federal government approvals and final permits” for its proposed LNG export terminal, despite a First Nation’s court challenge for title to Lelu Island, British Columbia where the project is proposed to be built.



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