There are currently 17 proposed projects. Depending on who you are talking to, anywhere from none to five could go forward. In this morning’s interview, I interviewMatt Horne, of the Pembina Institute, about BC’s LNG Dream.
BC’s LNG Dream
“I don’t think anyone is seriously thinking all 17 projects will be built. Really, other than the government, you are not hearing many people saying five will be built. The balance of projects are between zero an three,” says Horne.
In the interview that follows he talks about:
- the legislation introduced on October 20, 2014
- What does BC intend to develop into the World’s cleanest LNG industry and what must wait until later
- How many projects do non-governmental sources expect will go forward?
- Greenhouse Gas emissions
- Is BC is missing opportunities while it concentrates on LNG?
Links of interest:
- The Pembina Institute website
- Pembina Insitute: “Pembina reacts to tabling of B.C. LNG carbon pollution legislation“
- Pembina Institute: British Columbia’s Liquefied Natural Gas Boom
- Pembina Institute: Support needed to move Canada’s geothermal industry past ‘have not’ status
- The ECO report: Articles about BC’s LNG Business
- The ECOreport: Potentially, the Biggest Solar Project in North America
Broadcast on Cortes Community Radio (CKTZ, 89.5 FM), Powell River Community Radio (CJMP, 90.1 FM) and Spring Island Radio (107.9 & 102.1 FMGREEN) BC’s LNG Dream
(Image at top of page: of girl looking at approaching LNG tanker – courtesy Warren Rohner, CC By SA, 2.0)