More to come. The Province and Government of Canada have issued the Environmental Assessment Certificates for LNG Canada in the District of Kitimat.The approval includes conditions that LNG Canada must meet in order to build the export facility. This is the first LNG project in B.C. to receive approval under the new substituted environmental assessment process. The substituted process means that the Environmental Assessment Office conducts a single process that meets all federal and provincial requirements.There are 24 conditions that the Province has placed on the project and the Federal Government has issued another 50 conditions Shell Canada must meet in order to build the facility.- Advertisement -The $23 billion to $36 billion LNG Canada Export Terminal project includes a facility with LNG storage, power generation, a marine terminal and LNG shipping by carriers. The project would produce 26 million tonnes of LNG per year at full build-out. The project will employ between 4,500 and 7,500 people during construction and between 450 and 800 people duringoperations.Shell Canada is expected to make a final investment decision on the project in 2016.Advertisement
1 Chelsea target Antoine Griezmann Chelsea target Antoine Griezmann is unsure about leaving Atletico Madrid in the season leading up to Euro 2016, according to reports in France.The 24-year-old has become one of the hottest talents in European football after hitting 22 goals in 37 La Liga outings this term.Chelsea, along with Paris Saint-Germain, are said to be ready to break the bank to land the striker, who has a £43m release clause.Both clubs have been knocked back in their initial inquiries to land the forward but both are expected to firm up their interest with big bids this summer.However, according to sources in France, Griezmann himself might decide against a departure as he feels more than happy at the Vicente Calderon.But, more importantly, the red-hot striker is worried that any move away might affect his free-scoring form ahead of an important summer next year.Euro 2016 is being held in his native France and the Burgundy-born striker is desperate to play a key role for his country back on home soil.However, his place could come under threat if he fails to settle in at a new club quickly and he may not be prepared to take that risk, it has been suggested.