On Tuesday, Sightline senior research associate Tarika Powell joined KBAI’s Joe Teehan to discuss her latest report detailing the 20 liquefied natural gas projects proposed for the shores of British Columbia. The projects would stretch from the Salish Sea in the south to Stewart, BC, in the north, with major hubs at Kitimat and Prince Rupert. The province’s LNG ambitions could make it the world’s largest LNG exporter.* Listen in below (from 2:30 to 19:35), or find the full program online here.

*Note: At minute 3:57, the word “importer” was used rather than the word “exporter.” We apologize for the error. Please see our recent article BC Wants to Produce Four Times as Much LNG as World’s Largest Exporter for more information.