Sunday, November 1, 2015

Blog watching, week ending November 1, 2015

Such is the nature of interest in LNG development these days on the North Coast, that pretty well any item we discover through the week will find a large audience by the time arrives to gather our top hits of the last seven days.

This week was no different, with four of our five stories in the Top Five placements having some relation to the LNG files.

Readers found the news of permit approval for the proposed Trans Canada LNG pipeline from Northeast Alberta to the North Coast of some interest, with a large volume of readers exploring it further since its posting of Tuesday.
Some comments from Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain to CFTK TV 7 on the theme of Pacific NorthWest LNG also drew a large audience, as did our look at the recent LNGinBC conference in Vancouver and reports that some Prince Rupert council members took in the annual event.

A story that only debuted on the blog in the mid-afternoon of yesterday quickly found an audience, with a growing number of readers looking for more information on the Science Report regarding Lelu Island and Flora  Bank, a document which was released Friday by the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation.

And the prospect of a national food chain making its preparations for a new Prince Rupert location also found a wide audience, as readers gobbled up our story on Pizza Hut as though it were the last piece of pizza at a sports banquet.

However, the lead off item which found the largest audience of the week, proved to be the topic of Trans Canada's proposed LNG pipeline and the significant permit approval received this week by the company.

Trans Canada clears regulatory hurdles for proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Pipeline -- The BC Oil and Gas Commission provides the final permits for the proposed LNG pipeline from the Northeast gas fields to Pacific NorthWest LNG's proposed terminal near Port Edward (posted October 27, 2015)

That article was followed by:

Prince Rupert Council takes neutral stance on Pacific NorthWest LNG project -- In an interview with CFTK TV 7 following Monday's City Council session, Mayor Lee Brain outlined that at the moment, the City of Prince Rupert is a neutral party when it comes to the proposed LNG terminal  (posted October 29, 2015)

No slides, no notes and nary a Facebook post from Council when it comes to LNG conference  -- While Councillor Kinney may  have noted some of Prince Rupert Council's recent travel plans for Regional District, those on Council that may have attended the LNGinBC conference in Vancouver seemingly had nothing to share from their journey  (posted  October 28, 2015)

Lax Kw'alaams releases Science Report related to Lelu Island  -- While it hasn't even been posted to the blog for a day yet, our outline of yesterday regarding the Lax Kw'alaams Science Report on Lelu Island and Flora Bank has quickly found a large and interested audience (posted October 31, 2015)

Pizza Hut looks to late November for Prince Rupert opening -- Some long range dining plans were on the minds of our readers this week, with a significant amount of the weeks readers seeking more information on Pizza Hut's plans for the city  (posted October 26, 2015 )

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