Aurora LNG to host open houses

Aurora LNG, the proponents behind a prospective facility on Digby Island, will be holding a pair of community information open houses

Aurora LNG, the proponents behind a prospective facility on Digby Island, will be holding a pair of community information open houses in early December.

“Feedback received during this Community Information Open House will be considered by the project team, along with environmental, technical and socio-economic considerations,” the company stated in  an invitation release issued last week.

The company is exploring the viability of operating a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility and a marine terminal on Digby Island.

The drop-in community information open houses will be held Dec. 2 at the Prince Rupert North Coast Meeting and Convention Centre and Dec. 3 at the Port Edward Community Hall.

Both of the Aurora LNG open houses run from 4-7 p.m.

 

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