The Canadian PressFebruary 19, 2014 15:32
VANCOUVER - British Columbia Premier Christy Clark insisted Wednesday it's still possible her much-hyped vision for liquefied natural gas could start bringing in cash in three years' time, a day after her own finance minister appeared to temper those expectations.
Clark won last year's provincial election in large part on a promise to foster a trillion-dollar LNG industry that she said could create more than 100,000 jobs and wipe out B.C.'s debt. The province would start collecting LNG revenues, Clark told voters, by 2017.