Road to be paved from Port Albernie to Sarita

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Seaspanker, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. Seaspanker

    Seaspanker Member

    Latest news report indicates a possible LNG plant being constructed @ Sarita , paving to start immediately ! , There continues to be no paving plans to Bamfield .
  2. fishspoon

    fishspoon Active Member

    It would be nice if the road is has been pretty hard on boat trailers especially the road curve with many big rocks before the long straight road behind China Creek logyard and the steep hill from China Creek bridge. yuck!
  3. Kildonan

    Kildonan Well-Known Member

  4. Fish Assassin

    Fish Assassin Crew Member

    I'd love to see that road paved..... More houses, B&B's, hotels, restaurants etc. Make it a major destination :)

    Just think what the property values will do.... Time to buy :)
  5. spring fever

    spring fever Well-Known Member

    Absolutely-Pave her to Bamtown and put in a Costco-now that's progress!!!LOL
  6. Dogbreath

    Dogbreath Well-Known Member

    Bamtown needs help of that there's no doubt.
  7. fishspoon

    fishspoon Active Member

    And put in a Tim Hortons shop as well..
  8. trophywife

    trophywife Well-Known Member

    purdy will do it all!! section of road from cowichan turn off to bam is fn rez... the bumpy part . lol
  9. Fish Assassin

    Fish Assassin Crew Member

    Ya, leave it to Purdy and magic will happen...... It will all disappear
  10. banger17

    banger17 Well-Known Member

    dont expect anything to be happening quickly if there ever is a plant in there... have to pipe the LNG from the NE of BC to Sarita Bay... hmmm.......
  11. searun

    searun Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a bunch of wishful thinking to me. They can't even agree on how to pipe the stuff across the province let alone onto the Island. I think we will all be dirt long before that ever happens - way too many FN treaties to sign off before Christy will ever see a drop of LNG.
  12. Dogbreath

    Dogbreath Well-Known Member

    That and the big LNG contract China just signed with Russia.
  13. tubby

    tubby Member all I can say, this isn't going yo happen anytime soon.
  14. Bod

    Bod Active Member

    Well it may be pipe dream for sure, but not all that far fetched in a province that is determined to export LNG. The pipeline is already on the island and I believe it is in Port Alberni. A deep water port close to open ocean. (not sure why this is in a fish report thread)
  15. trophywife

    trophywife Well-Known Member

    hey mods !! move it please..

    i just looked at pipeline maps in bc and it looks like there are not any to the island from the mainland... Lng on the island is never going to happen. hopefully.

    know i see the fn are in "control" of large swaths of pipeline ground/water,,,, who knows, hope they never sell out tho.
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  16. seadog19

    seadog19 Member

    natural gas pipeline comes across to anderson bay , from pender harbour area, to bottom tip of Texada is, inside, up the island, then a feeder line goes underwater to to Powell R, line then crosses underwater to Comox, a spur goes to the old Elk falls mill in Campbell R, while the mailine goes down the east side Vancouver Is to vocitoria. i beleive the Alberni mill might be on line...

    line is Fortis BC.
  17. Swailfish

    Swailfish Member

    There is already an LNG liquification facility in Ladysmith. Its not a huge capacity, but it is here already.

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