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液化天然气行业可为加拿大带来大量就业机会

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     讯 据网站7月27日消息 加拿大会议委员会和加拿大液化天然气联盟资助的一份新报告称,不列颠哥伦比亚省每年5600万吨的液化天然气行业将创造近10万个就业岗位。

    对于附近的阿尔伯塔省来说,在反输油管道运动下苦苦挣扎的阿尔伯塔省,在获得利润的同时,整个加拿大的10万个工作岗位,不仅仅是在不列颠哥伦比亚,可能无法弥补在不列颠哥伦比亚省与急需的跨山输油管道进行激烈斗争后,其从油砂作业中损失的扩大。

    对不列颠哥伦比亚省来说,这将是一个甜蜜的胜利,因为它将获得超过三分之二的就业机会。

    除了就业机会,液化天然气行业的工资总额将增加60多亿美元(不列颠哥伦比亚省为46亿美元),并使加拿大的国内生产总值每年增加110亿美元。报告称,各省可获得超过1080亿美元的省级财政收入,其中940亿美元将用于不列颠哥伦比亚省。

    联邦政府将获得大约640亿美元的额外收入。

    根据《新兴浪潮:不列颠哥伦比亚省液化天然气行业的经济影响》的报告,液化天然气行业的成本约为5000亿美元,时间跨度超过40年。

    不列颠哥伦比亚省和阿尔伯塔省之间的斗争已经持续了多年,以阿尔伯塔的石油为中心,有一条必须贯穿的管道。这一分歧引发了诉讼和石油储备的威胁,联邦政府陷入了困境。

    不幸的是,加拿大近年来在推动能源项目方面并没有很好的记录,雄心勃勃的液化天然气行业带来的挑战比解决方案还多。

    王磊 摘译自 今日油价

    原文如下:

    LNG Industry Could Bring 100,000 Jobs To Canada

    A new report by the Conference Board of Canada, and funded by the Canadian LNG Alliance, determined that a 56-million-tonnes-per-year LNG industry in British Columbia would generate nearly 100,000 jobs.

    For nearby Alberta, who has struggled under the anti-pipeline movement to get its oil its primary market, the United States, while turning a profit, those 100,000 jobs—in Canada as a whole, not just in B.C.--may not make up for what it lost from oilsands operations after B.C. fought tooth and nail against the much-needed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

    For B.C., who would be the recipient of more than two-thirds of those jobs, it would be sweet victory.

    In addition to the jobs, total wages from an LNG industry would be boosted by more than $6 billion ($4.6 billion for B.C.), and increase Canada’s GDP by $11 billion annually. More than $108 billion in provincial revenue could be generated for the provinces, according to the report, with $94 billion of it going to B.C.

    The federal government would receive about $64 billion in additional revenue.

    Of course, that LNG industry would come at a cost—of about $500 billion, spread over more than forty years, according to the report “A Rising Tide: The Economic Impact of B.C.’s liquified natural gas industry”.

    The war between B.C. and Alberta has been raging for years, centered around Alberta’s oil and a pipeline that must run through B.C. The disagreement has sparked threats of lawsuits and withholding the oil, with the federal government caught in the middle.

    Unfortunately for Canada, it doesn’t have a great track record in recent years for getting energy projects off the ground, and an ambitious LNG industry poses more challenges than solutions.

 
 
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