After a three-year delay, Ottawa approves a $36 billion energy project in British Columbia. Natural gas will be produced through fracking, piped to the coast, liquefied — that’s what LNG means, liquefied natural gas — then shipped to Asia.
While Petronas’s application was hummed and hawed over by Canadian bureaucrats, the cost of the project grew, but the value just fell by two thirds.
And 8,377 people were “witnesses” or made “submissions” about this project, at a kind of court. People who had no connection to it; who were clearly paid harassers.
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