He’s no longer in favour of LNG in northwestern BC

Worried about prospect of Enbridge and LNG sharing pipeline routes

Dear Sir:

Re: the possibility of Enbridge sharing a portion of its pipeline route with an LNG company.

Awhile back a few of us were saying that Premier Christy Clark will get approval for the LNG and then allow Enbridge to slide in alongside.

Because of this I switched and am no longer in favour of supporting LNG (of which I strongly supported because of it being the less worse of two evils).

FYI, in Alberta the Alberta pipefitters union is up in arms with Enbridge because they will be only hiring 26 people for the Alberta portion of the line.

How many jobs in Terrace? Maybe two or three then? We should ask Janet Holder about this again, see if she is more forthcoming, because you know she does have a pretty good idea as they are likely getting their manpower lists in order.

Ask her again. Ask her if bitumen sinks or floats, too, just for giggles.

Keith Cummings,

Telkwa, BC

 

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