Anadarko Updates Bear Head LNG Construction
Anadarko Petroleum is rescheduling the onsite construction work of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal at Bear Head, Nova Scotia, Canada, to match the timing of LNG supply, which should be determined over the next few quarters.
According to Anadarko, the Bear Head terminal will be one of the most advanced new LNG import and regasification projects in North America. The facility will be used to supply natural gas to Canadian Maritimes and US Northeast markets.
The company plans to proceed with critical-path items for the terminal's development. However, it will moderate the pace of site construction until LNG supply agreements are completed.
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