Shell, partners approve £23.7bn project to speed gas to Asia

A razor wire security fence floats in front of the STI Battery oil and chemical tanker during an emergency response exercise in Burrard Inlet at the Kinder Morgan Inc. Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. A Canadian court's decision to nullify approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project will increase crude-by-rail transport in the near term and will likely have a "negative impact on Canadian output growth in the longer term," the International Energy Agency said earlier this month. Photographer: Darryl Dyck/Bloomberg
A razor wire security fence floats in front of the STI Battery oil and chemical tanker during an emergency response exercise in Burrard Inlet at the Kinder Morgan Inc. Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. A Canadian court's decision to nullify approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project will increase crude-by-rail transport in the near term and will likely have a "negative impact on Canadian output growth in the longer term," the International Energy Agency said earlier this month. Photographer: Darryl Dyck/Bloomberg
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