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Bear Head LNG’s GHG Management Plan receives approval

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Nova Scotia Environment (NSE) has approved Bear Head LNG Corp. Inc.’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Management Plan for its LNG facility on the Strait of Canso in Richmond County, Nova Scotia, Canada.

The GHG Management Plan provides Bear Head LNG’s strategy for managing GHG emissions through technology selection, design of the facility, and operations.

Greg Vesey, Managing Director and CEO of LNG Ltd and President of Bear Head LNG welcomed the approval: “Bear Head LNG is designing a best-in-class LNG facility, utilising state-of-the-art technology. Nova Scotia Environment’s approval of Bear Head LNG’s emissions management system is an endorsement of LNG Ltd’s optimized single mixed refrigerant (OSMR®) liquefaction technology, as one of the lowest emitters of GHG for LNG liquefaction projects. We are confident that our proprietary technology will meet the new GHG performance standards that have been proposed by NSE.”

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