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LNG to amp up northwest

The province aims to ramp up efforts to get BC gas to asian markets. Yesterday, premier Christy Clark announced her government will step up efforts to open a liquified natural gas plant in Kitimat by 2015. It is all part of the premier's job-creation program for British Columbians. But as it turns out, it will take more than jobs to export LNG. It takes a lot of energy to export energy.


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