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Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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PNG reaches out to District of Taylor to build on relationship

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TAYLOR, B.C. – Pacific Northern Gas is entering the 50th year of offering services and the new President of Pacific Northern Gas Ltd. wants to help continue to build partnerships with communities.

Ann Shoji-Lee assumed the President position when Greg Weeres retired recently. She sent a letter of introduction recently to the District of Taylor outlining what PNG does and would like to continue to do in the community.

“PNG has built a strong foundation from which we continue to meet the needs of our customers and pursue potential growth oppurtunities as they emerge. As a long standing. stable employer in your area, we work hard to instill in all of our employees a sense of involvement and feeling pride in their community and workplace.

It is our belief that working in collaboration through open communication with the communities that we serve, including yours, that we can build trusting relationships leading to better working partnerships.”

Shoji-Lee has offered to meet with the District to better understand the community’s needs. She also says the manager of Business Development and Stakeholder Relations, Peter Schriber would gladly meet with the District as well to discuss where PNG can play a “greater role in assisting you and your leadership to achieve goals and objectives.”

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