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WestPac LNG President Says Terminal Would Primarily Supply British Columbia

The Associated Press reports on WestPac LNG’s marketing plans for its terminal proposed for Prince Rupert, British Columbia. According to company president Mark Butler, the terminal will target consumer demand in British Columbia and may supply mining pr
January 7, 2007

The Associated Press reports on WestPac LNG’s marketing plans for its terminal proposed for Prince Rupert, British Columbia. According to company president Mark Butler, the terminal will target consumer demand in British Columbia and may supply mining projects in remote areas of the province. The terminal is slated to come online in 2012. The AP article is carried via Energy Central Professional. [Subscription required]

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