Goldboro LNG export terminal is to be located in Goldboro, Nova Scotia, adjacent to Enbridge/Spectra’s Maritimes Northeast Pipeline (MNP). Enbridge/Spectra’s Algonquin pipeline interconnects with its MNP in Beverly, Massachusetts. Proposed plans for converting Canaport LNG import terminal to export in Saint John, New Brunswick (also connecting with MNP) were scrapped in 2016 due to the glut in gas and rock bottom prices.
Interest in N.S. liquefied natural gas projects ramps up as producers look east. Multibillion-dollar projects appear to be ramping up despite glut of gas
By Brett Bundale, The Canadian Press Sep 25, 2017
Downeast LNG shifts plans, proposes import-export facility
By Tim Cox – June 25, 2014
The North American natural gas supply feeding the Goldboro project is to be delivered via the existing Spectra Energy Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline which connects to Spectra’s Algonquin Pipeline.
Stop Fracked Gas Exports Now!
By Ted Glick – May 18, 2014
Movin’ Out—Exporting U.S. Sourced LNG From The Maritimes (Part 2)
By Housely Carr – April 21, 2014
Canadian LNG Projects
April 9, 2014
Movin’ Out—Exporting U.S.-Sourced LNG from the Maritimes
By Housley Carr – April 2, 2014
Nova Scotia approves Goldboro LNG project
By JoAnn Alberstat – March 21, 2014
New uses sought for Saint John’s Canaport LNG terminal
By CBC News – February 15, 2014
The Role of LNG in the Northeast Natural Gas (and Energy) Market
Northeast Gas Association – February 2014
The Future Supply of Natural Gas in Our Region: Impacts, Challenges and Opportunities
Prepared for Atlantica Centre for Energy – October 2012