BC Premier Christy Clark speaking at an LNG conference.
It’s possible no export facilities are ever built in B.C., expert suggests
By Kyle Bakx, CBC News, May 3, 2016
By now, B.C. should be rolling in cash from its burgeoning LNG industry — tens of thousands of new jobs, billions in potential royalties and a roaring economy with all the new investment into the province.
Instead, it’s still waiting for ground to break on any new facility, or even a final investment decision for an LNG plant.
While several liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants are proposed, they have all struggled to get off the ground as they wait for regulatory approval, delay making spending decisions, or cancel plans altogether. Read the rest of this entry