Sunday, January 11, 2015
Blog watching, week ending January 11, 2015
The ongoing interest in the North Coast LNG story made for three of our top five items from the last seven days, with two local notes of progress competing with a dissenting view on LNG ambitions from Harvard University.
The release of the assessment notices for 2015 also found a wide audience this past week, as did news of the latest achievement for Charles Hays Rainmaker Justin McChesney, who this week was selected as a member of the BC under 17 Provincial team.
Leading it all off this week, the start of the Environmental Process for the LNG development proposed for Tuck Inlet.
Exxon/Mobil launch Environmental process for Proposed Tuck Inlet LNG Terminal -- The first steps of the Environmental Process for the Tuck Inlet Terminal project gets underway (posted January 8, 2015)
That item was followed by:
Aurora LNG seeks Prince Rupert based analyst for LNG project -- The proposed LNG Terminal development for Digby Island seeks out one of their first employees (posted January 8, 2015)
BC Assessments released for 2015 -- Prince Rupert posts large increases in assessment notices released this week, keeping pace with other Northwest communities (posted January 5, 2015)
Harvard Report sees many hurdles on BC's LNG horizon -- A report from Harvard University dampens down some of the enthusiasm on BC's LNG prospects ( posted January 8, 2015)
Justin McChesney secures spot with Basketball BC Under 17 Provincial Team -- More recognition for Rainmaker Justin McChesney who is named to the provincial under 17 basketball team ( posted January 8, 2015 )
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