Canada approves export license for Shell-led LNG facility

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CALGARY, Alberta, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Canadian Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver on Monday gave the final needed approvals to a liquefied natural gas export license for Royal Dutch Shell Plc's planned LNG export plant on British Columbia's Pacific Coast. The approval, which was expected, allows exports of up to 670 million tonnes of LNG over the 25-year period covered by the license, or 3.23 billion cubic feet of gas per day. The license was given to LNG ...

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