EnCana seeking tips on BC pipeline bomings, $500 000 reward
In response to a rash of EnCana pipeline bomings in northeastern BC, the oil and gas giant is fronting a $500 000 reward for tips on the attacks.
"We take the bombings of our facilities very seriously. The safety of our workers and the people who live in the communities where we operate is of paramount importance," said EnCana executive vice-president Mike Graham on Tuesday.
"That's why we are putting up this reward to help stop these bombings and end the threat that they pose to people in the Dawson Creek area," he said.
The latest of the four bombings targeted at EnCana oil and gas facilities was on a metering shed near
Tomsake - Police warn of the possibility of serious risk to the public.
"Whoever is responsible for these bombings has to be stopped before someone gets hurt. We hope this reward will encourage anyone who has knowledge of those responsible for the bombings to come forward and help put an end to these dangerous attacks," Graham said.