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BC LNG Alliance
500 - 666 Burrard Street
The BC LNG Alliance is the voice of British Columbia's new LNG export industry.
Formed in the spring of 2014, the members of the BC LNG Alliance include:
Kitimat LNG (Chevron Canada and Apache Canada Ltd.)
LNG Canada (Shell Canada Energy, PetroChina,
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Caption: Father Rob Allore, SJ, (left) leads a panel discussion on mineral resource development alongside UBC professor of mining engineering Jim Cooney, B.C. LNG Alliance president David Keane, Mining Association of B.C. former president Michael McPhie, and the Pembina Institute's Matt Horne.
Other panellists included climate scientist Simon Donner, Haida elder Barbara Wilson, and B.C. LNG Alliance president David Keane.
Forging alliances | LNG canada
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"Launching the Alliance in Terrace was important for our members to show first-hand how vital northern British Columbia is to this new industry," said David Keane, President of the BC LNG Alliance.
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David Keane, BC LNG Alliance
Federal-provincial accord on LNG industry includes use of foreign workers | White Swan Immigration Consultants
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David Keane, an executive with BG Canada, one of the LNG proponents, and a member of Clark's working group on labour-related LNG issues, said the industry doesn't want to be faced with the kind of "overly restrictive immigration policies" that caused problems in Australia.
"I think the federal government is working with the provincial government so we can address those issues," said Keane
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David Keane: Federal Tax Change Will Boost BC LNG
David Keane, President of the B.C. LNG Alliance, thinks that Stephen Harper's proposed changes to the capital cost allowance rate for the LNG industry are good news.