Horgan sees no conflict in B.C. government’s position on LNG - BCGEU

British Columbia Premier John Horgan says there's no contradiction between his government's plans to impose stricter environmental conditions on the liquefied natural gas sector while at the same courting the industry to set up in the province.

This week's announcement by Malaysian energy giant Petronas that it had cancelled an $11.4-billion LNG terminal proposed for the Northern B.C. coast has focused attention on the NDP government's ambivalence toward the industry.