“LNG for British Columbia represents an enormous potential turning point to create a major and brand new industry. And for a province that’s endured decades of ups and downs related to forestry and mining, that’s a pretty compelling concept,” says Dean Patry, president of the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project, to a packed room of Smithers B.C. residents.
They spoke with local contractors about opportunities to take part in the 4,500 to 5,000 contracting and employment opportunities as a result of the pipeline projects.
They also spoke about the benefits for communities that will accompany the projects as they support B.C.’s emerging LNG industry.
Watch what they had to say in the video below.