Union Gas, a Spectra Energy company, has announced a non-binding call for expressions of interest in a proposed new natural gas liquefaction service at its Hagar LNG facility near Sudbury in Ontario.
The service would be available as early as Q3 2015 for customers seeking to use LNG as a transportation fuel. The initial contract term is for a period of up to 10 years, and a minimum annual commitment is required.
"This new service will promote and facilitate the widespread usage of clean, affordable LNG in Ontario," explained Dave Simpson, VP of infranchise sales and marketing and customer care at Union Gas. "We are excited about the opportunity that LNG presents for enhancing competitiveness in this province while contributing to a cleaner environment."
Interested parties will supply the natural gas commodity to Union Gas at either the Dawn Hub (which will include transportation), or at the Hagar plant and pay a liquefaction service fee. Union Gas will then deliver LNG to the customer at the Hagar LNG plant.
For more information, please visit the Union Gas website.
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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