While formerly on the shelf, a pipeline that could feed a liquefied natural gas terminal in British Columbia can proceed, federal regulators said. The National Energy Board gave Nova Gas Transmission Ltd., a subsidiary of TransCanada, approval to build a natural gas pipeline that could supply an LNG export terminal in British Columbia. The NEB’s move removed a requirement that construction would have to come after investment decisions on LNG. “In its application, NGTL requested changes to the North Montney Mainline certificate to allow the gas to flow east, and to proceed with certain components of the project independently of any final investment decision related to liquefied natural gas exports from the west coast of British Columbia,” the NEB’s […]