|BG Group continues to contribute|
to local groups and events
The BG Group, which is the lead proponent for the Ridley Island Terminal proposal recently announced it would be providing further assistance towards the Vancouver Aquarium's North Coast initiative.
As we outlined on the blog yesterday, the two large LNG proponents of the North coast have also been making their mark with funding opportunities for training programs in the region.
Earlier in May, the BG Group along with Petronas led Pacific NorthWest offered up further commitment towards the Pathways to Success program which is a key industrial training program which will be offered through the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology in both Prince Rupert and Terrace.
The main focus of the program is provide training opportunities for First Nations residents that could lead to job ready skills for use in not only LNG related occupations but for other disciplines and opportunities as well.
You can review some of their contribution to that program here.
The status of the BG Group's LNG terminal development however, still remains on pause, with few updates received since the departure of Madeline Whitaker earlier this year.
Still, the local office remains engaged with the local scene, contributing to local events and organizations.
Over the weekend the energy company received a commissioned work of art that celebrates the 9 Allied Tribes of the Tsimshian Nation, the art work created by Russell Mather Jr. assisted by a number of helpers will be hosted at BG's Prince Rupert LNG offices on Second Avenue West.
You can find more background on the Prince Rupert LNG proposal from our archive page here.