With abundant natural gas supplies and a direct sailing route to energy-hungry markets in Asia, British Columbia has a unique opportunity to create a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry on its western shores. Doing so would result in significant long-term economic benefits for the province, as this infographic shows.
West Coast LNG: Economic potential for B.C.
What would just one new LNG terminal exporting natural gas from the West Coast mean to B.C.’s economy?
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