Coastal GasLink now has all of the major provincial regulatory approvals required for the construction and operation of the proposed pipeline and related facilities.

The 10 permits were received between May 2015 and April 2016.

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Shell’s LNG Canada inched closer to reality near the end of December with the approval of a building permit by the BC Oil and Gas Commission.

According to LNG Canada, it is the first LNG project in British Columbia to receive a facility permit – one of the final key regulatory hurdles to clear before the project can proceed.

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The Province’s new Greenhouse Gas Industrial Reporting and Control Act (GGIRCA) comes into force today, ensuring LNG facilities in British Columbia will have an emissions cap making them the cleanest in the world.

The new act combines several pieces of existing greenhouse gas legislation into a single legislative framework.

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