Bear Paw Gas Pipeline

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Bear Paw Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline in Nova Scotia, Canada.[1]

Location

The Bear Paw Pipeline Project will connect gas supply sources near Goldboro, Nova Scotia, Canada to the Bear Head LNG Terminal in Point Tupper, Port Hawkesbury, Nova Sotia, Canada.[1]

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Project Details

  • Operator: Bear Paw Pipeline Corporation Inc.[1]
  • Owner: LNG Limited (100%)[1]
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  • Status: Proposed[1]
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Background

Bear Paw Pipeline Corporation Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of LNG Limited, is proposing to construct and operate a 62.5 km (38.8 mile) natural gas pipeline to supply natural gas to the Bear Head LNG Terminal in Nova Scotia, Canada. The Bear Paw Pipeline Project will connect gas supply sources near Goldboro, Nova Scotia, to the terminal. Construction of the gas supply pipeline is essential to the development of Bear Head LNG.[1]

As of September 2020, all required initial permits were in place for Bear Head LNG to construct the LNG export terminal. Canada's National Energy Board and the U.S. Department of Energy have granted export licenses for the facility. LNG produced at the facility will be transported by LNG vessels to overseas markets. Environmental assessment registrations are being prepared in accordance with the Nova Scotia Environmental Act.[1]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Bear Paw Pipeline, LNG Limited, accessed September 2, 2020

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