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Rabaska LNG Proposal Receives Positive Response from Canadian Risk Assessment Panel

The Rabaska LNG terminal proposal for Lévis, Quebec, received provisional approval from a joint Canadian-Quebec panel, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency announced in a press release. The panel released its report Thursday and cited two major c
July 8, 2007

The Rabaska LNG terminal proposal for Lévis, Quebec, received provisional approval from a joint Canadian-Quebec panel, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency announced in a press release. The panel released its report Thursday and cited two major concerns: safety and security and integrating the project’s port and facilities into the zone under development. The panel also noted that though Rabaska LNG would emit carbon dioxide, that emission could be offset in part because using natural gas in local electricity production instead of using other fossil fuels will lower CO2 emissions. Platts LNG Daily provides further coverage. [Subscription required]

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