Northeast LNG plants gain momentum in Canada, Maine

Patch, Doug
September 2004
New Hampshire Business Review;9/3/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 19, p15A
Reports on the approval issued by residents to Irving Oil Corp. for its liquefied natural gas terminals in Eastern Canada. Factor contributing to increase in the price of natural gas; Number of jobs needed for the construction phase; Total investment for the project.


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