Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Pacific Northwest LNG Open Houses start tonight

One of the two main proponents of Natural Gas Terminals on the north coast is holding its Open House over the next two days, an opportunity for residents of Port Edward and Prince Rupert to learn more about their plans.

Pacific Northwest LNG, which has plans to develop a terminal on Lelu Island, hosts their first Open House tonight at 7 PM at the Port Edward Elementary School.

They then move their presentation to Prince Rupert with a Wednesday evening session at the North Coast Convention Centre (Below Chances), that session also starts at 7 PM.

At both events, representatives of Pacific Northwest LNG will be in attendance to receive feedback and answer questions from the public on their planned 11 billion dollar investment to the region.

A preview of sorts was held last week in Prince Rupert City Council chambers, when Pacific Northwest representatives appeared in front of council on May 27th to outline some of the background behind their project (see video presentation from the 33 minutes to 59:30 minutes mark  on the city video archive).

You can learn more about the proposal from their website.

Our North Coast Review archives also provide much in the way of background on all of the proposed developments for the North Coast, you can review those items here.

Note and correction: Mea culpas all around, we note that we missed the timeline of the meetings completely, the start time was 4 PM, the end was 7.  Apologies to those that were inconvenienced by our error.

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