Kitsault Energy LNG project are in Houston, Texas this week, eager it seems to spread the word of the potential of their proposed development to the large gathering that is attending an major LNG conference.
The Houston LNG conference known as LNG 17 starts today and over the next four days, exhibits, conferences, information sessions will cover the agenda as many of the world's major players in LNG development meet.
It's expected that 5,000 industry professionals will attend the Houston conference, with 200,000 square feet of exhibition space set aside for participants to showcase their products or in the case of Kitsault, their industrial footprint for development.
Among those participating in the Houston conference are some names familiar to the North Coast, Petronas, BG Gas, Mobil, Exxon, Shell and Chevron to name a few, all making for a rather comprehensive listing of the key participants in the industry that is beginning to stake out its territory on the North Coast.
Kitsault, first popped up as a potential LNG development earlier this year, shifting from what appeared to be an eco-tourism prospect to a more industrialized aspect to the abandoned mining town's development.
Towards the prospect of LNG development Kitsault Energy has been featured in a Wall Street Journal item today,
You can review some of that background below.
Kitsault Energy is Planning a Multi-Phase Dedicated Energy Corridor...
The heart of Kistault
Energy plan for B. C. ghost town to be unveiled
Kitsault owner to unveil LNG plan
Energy Export Facility Proposed in Kitsault
Energy Export Hub proposed for Kitsault
Towards the prospect of LNG development Kitsault Energy has been featured in a Wall Street Journal item today, offering up a collection of talking points that may be of interest to those that stop by their exhibitors booth at the Houston energy conference.
You can review all of the various proposed LNG projects on the North Coast from our archives here.