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By Yadullah Hussain, Financial Post,Jan 21, 2015
Only two of the major liquefied natural gas projects proposed in British Columbia are expected to proceed as the global industry suffers from an “anxiety attack” due to low commodity prices, according to a new report.
As many as 18 projects have been proposed on the West Coast, but none has secured a final investment decision from investors. B.C. Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman said this month the province remains on track to meet its goal of three LNG facilities in operation by 2020.
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