Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Oil and Gas Commission set for Prince Rupert session

Those looking for more information on the regulatory process involved in the suddenly very hot BC Oil and Gas industry may find some of their questions answered on Wednesday evening, when representatives of the BC Oil and Gas Commission arrive in Prince Rupert.

The Commission has been on a tour of the Northwest, with stops in Smithers and Kitimat this week.

The Prince Rupert stopover is set for Wednesday, with the Commission hosting their information session from 4 to 8 at the Nisga'a Hall on 3rd Avenue West.

They will offer up a presentation on the scope of the Commission's work and experts will be available to answer questions and explain how oil and gas activities are regulated in the province.

They will also be prepared to answer any questions that local residents may have about the LNG industry and some of the proposed LNG gas pipelines for the region.

Following the Prince Rupert stop, the final session for the Commission will be in Terrace on Thursday.

You can gain more information about their work and perhaps do a bit of research on them prior to Wednesday's session by exploring the Oil and Gas Commission website.

Northern View-- B. C. Oil and Gas Commission visits Prince Rupert

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