The developer of the planned Goldboro liquefied natural gas export plant in Nova Scotia outlined plans to "deliver" the project by the first quarter of 2025, saying current market uncertainty has made the Canadian LNG project more competitive.

"We see this as the right time to move forward," Pieridae Energy chief financial officer Rob Dargewitcz said during an investor call on Thursday.

"Obviously it is a very difficult energy market right now. This is the time for Canada to be brave about getting into the LNG business.