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Liquefied Natural Gas Marine Terminal & Multi-Purpose Pier

New Brunswick

Description: Irving Oil Limited has submitted a proposal to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas receiving, storage and processing facility. The proposed facility would be located at an existing deepwater oil terminal (Irving Canaport) near Saint John, New Brunswick.

Federal Responsible Authorities: Fisheries & Oceans Canada, Environment Canada, and Transport Canada

Status: News Release - Federal Environment Minister Announces Decision on Irving Liquefied Natural Gas Facility and Marine Terminal.

Start Date: February 6, 2002

Responsible Authorities Decision Date: August 6, 2004

Consultation Documents