Progress wants consolidated process for Canada LNG

CALGARY, Alberta, June 13 (Reuters) - Progress Energy Resources Corp , which signed a C$1.07 billion ($1.09 billion) shale gas alliance with Malaysia's state oil company, is pushing for a consolidated regulatory process for pipelines and liquefied gas export plants, its chief said on Monday.
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