Clock Is Ticking for Trudeau to Decide on Petronas LNG BidBy
Project files final response to Canadian environmental agency
Petronas warns some conditions could make investment inviable
A three-month clock has just started ticking for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to decide whether to allow Malaysia’s Petroliam Nasional Bhd to build an ambitious liquefied natural gas project that could transform the nation’s energy exports but raise the ire of environmentalists.
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