Well, well, well....
Would'a thunk it:
B.C. Deputy Premier Rich Coleman believes in the long-term prospects for exporting liquefied natural gas from British Columbia, saying patience is a virtue during an industry slump.
Pacific NorthWest LNG, led by Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas, is a high-profile consortium that will be closely watched in 2017.
Mr. Coleman, who is also Natural Gas Development Minister, said based on his discussions with Petronas management, a final investment decision will be made in the summer of 2017. Assuming Pacific NorthWest LNG sticks to its timetable, the co-owners could potentially make an announcement roughly three months after the B.C. election is held on May 9, 2017...
And that, of course, is when the previously promised (i.e. before the 2013 election) trillions will flow and our total provincial debt, now heading towards a de Jongified $200 billion, will be wiped out forever!
proMedia piece linked to, above, is under Brent Jang's byline in yesterday's Globe and Mail...