“Our experience in the field helps us pre-identify fast growing land development opportunities such as the projects in the towns of Terrace and Kitimat, B.C whereby ROI directly benefits from the LNG economic development.”
The following article is a guest post by Dr. Slim Feriani, the Chief Investment Officer at ROI Land Investments. Despite differences of opinion as to how best to invest capital, one thing all financial advisers agree on is: only invested money has the potential to earn more money. Today, the average investor’s dilemma involves determining the best place for his capital. Is it cash, the stock market, the bond market, commodities such as gold or real estate? Which is the better option and why? Perhaps the answer to this question has more to do with the investor than the investment. Dr. Slim Feriani is the Chief Investment Officer at ROI Land Investments There is a significant learning --- Continue reading
VANCOUVER — The board that regulates natural-gas exploration and production in Canada has approved its first 40-year export licence to a joint-venture company led by Shell. The National Energy Board permit will allow LNG Canada to export up to 1,494-billion cubic metres of liquefied natural gas from a terminal that will be located near the B.C. north-coast community of Kitimat. Until the National Energy Board Act was amended in June 2015, the maximum term length of an export permit was 25 years. The licence must still be approved by the prime minister and his cabinet. The announcement comes just days after the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission approved an LNG Canada facility permit, --- Continue reading
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Kitimat mayor Phil Germuth has come out in support of one of TransCanada's planned pipelines to ship natural gas across northern B.C. In a letter released today, Germuth says he has every confidence in the benefits of the proposed Coastal GasLink pipeline to Kitimat and that it, along with the Shell majority-owned export facility called LNG Canada, which the pipeline would connect into, will fill the industrial void left behind by previous closures. “Establishing new industries in Kitimat has been a top priority for the municipality ever since the closure of Methanex and Eurocan in 2006 and 2010, respectively. Kitimat has long been a desired location for global-scale industrial --- Continue reading