Provincial officials are in Ottawa today to work with their federal counterparts on overcoming the latest delay for Pacific NorthWest LNG (PNW), B.C.’s natural gas minister says.
In a statement, Rich Coleman said senior officials from the province are in the capital to “reach a positive final outcome that helps our economy, protects the environment, and respects First Nations.”
“I’m confident that any remaining questions can be answered completely and quickly. They have to be. Jobs for British Columbians should not be held by unnecessary delays,” Coleman said.
“After all, this just isn’t any project. At $36-billion and 18,600 jobs, PNW LNG would be the largest private sector investment ever in Canadian history.”
“The positive impacts of PNW would be felt across almost every community in BC and across [full article here]