CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - The Canaport liquefied natural gas import terminal at Saint John, New Brunswick, will be closed until mid-month as the company works on its C$43 million ($43.5 million) Boil-Off Gas project to cut emissions on the site.
Kate Shannon, a spokeswoman for Canaport, said the work is not expected to delay any planned cargoes at the terminal during the two-week shutdown.
Work on the BOG project includes installing a fourth boil-off gas compressor and a new booster gas compressor.
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Reporting by Scott Haggett