The National Energy Board (NEB) recently approved KM LNG Operating General Partnership's (KM LNG) application for a licence to export up to 10 million tonnes a year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Kitimat, British Columbia to primarily, the Asia Pacific region for a 20-year term. The project is 40% owned by KM LNG's managing partner, Apache Canada Ltd. (Apache), 30% by EOG Resources Canada Inc. (EOG), and 30% by Encana Corporation (Encana). Refer to "Reasons for Decision – KM LNG Operating General Partnership (GH-1-2011)," National Energy Board (Oct. 13, 2011). Published in the Canada – Oil & Gas section of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation's Mineral Law Newsletter
, Volume 28, Number 4, 2011.