PNW LNG Partner starts Construction on Receiving Terminal


#1

Very interesting. This can really only be looked at as potentially good news for those hoping for a positive FID in December from Petronas.

thenorthernview.com/news/282714041.html


#2

Fist bump, pass the glue.


#3

Some interesting comments on that article…
“building LNG which negates all humanity and kills our earth all for the sake of money and narrow minds”


#4

[quote=“investor”]Some interesting comments on that article…
“building LNG which negates all humanity and kills our earth all for the sake of money and narrow minds”[/quote]

To Mr. Mcleod’s commentary. How would he suggest we realistically transition from burning lumps of coal and barrels of oil ? Even burning wood is hazardous if you believe the latest air quality warning from the BC interior. Is LNG the ultimate answer no, but according to the latest technology fracking can be accomplished without the toxic chemicals used today. I believe that gas drillers use them because they are relatively inexpensive. I think our governments should provide incentives or tax breaks to gas companies that use safer fracking practices, because in reality those companies have government in their back pockets and governments won’t outright ban those chemicals. Lastly it takes money to find energy alternatives and as long as it’s profitable, money will find money.


#5