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Free luncheon teaches businesses how to benefit from LNG

A free luncheon at the Ramada in Abbotsford will be held for business owners who want to learn how they can prepare themselves to benefit from the liquid natural gas (LNG) boom in B.C.

The event, on June 16 from noon to 2 p.m., will highlight and showcase opportunities for LNG around the province and help people to understand how LNG could benefit them and their businesses. This session will help participants understand the key features of the completed program and their role in pursuing LNG procurement opportunities and how this procurement can help them to grow.

MLA Mike Bernier, Peace River South, will speak about this industry and answer questions.

Bernier has lived in Dawson Creek since 1993 and has 20 years of experience in the natural gas industry.

Register for the luncheon here.

This event is sponsored by Darryl Plecas, MLA Abbotsford South.

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