With Water Ready To Sell and Prices At an All Time High
Click here to go read about record water prices in California
Water is free in Canada and, especially, in British Columbia.
There is no cost to manufacture water. There are no exploration costs to find water. There are no production costs to produce water. The water in Canada falls from the sky and gathers in lakes and rivers without any money or labor being used.
For Canadians, the challenge to making a profit from selling Canadian water requires that the sellers of the water figure out a mechanism of delivering the water to the market at less than the market price.
The California water shortage is huge and a million acre feet a year would not solve that shortage but it would generate $2.3 billion in sales per year and that is a lot of money. Eventually, market sales of water will vastly overshadow the sales of softwood lumber which totalled $2.5 billion in 2013. In addition, a tree take decades to grow while the water is harvested annually and re-grows each year
Click here for BC softwood lumber sales statistics
But a million acre feet is only a very tiny fraction of the fresh water in British Columbia where just the coastal run off, excluding the Fraser river, is estimated to be over 400 million acre feet a year.
So, there is lots of water and the needs of California and the rest of the US southwest and northern Mexico are becoming more real and critical each year and soon there is going to be a huge industry centered in British Columbia shipping vast amounts of fresh water to the USA and Mexico.
One immediate method of delivering massive amounts of water to California is through the use of super tankers also known as Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs)
A VLCC typically carries 2.1 million barrels of oil which translates to 203 acre feet of oil. So, if you filled the VLCC with water and shipped it to California you could conceivably get about $466,900.
A one way trip form British Columbia takes about ten days so the charter costs are an issue but one thing is certain and that is the insurance costs will be much less because a fresh water spill into the ocean would cause no measurable environmental damage.
Water, Consciousness, the Site C Dam and Light Energy
Click here to read more about water consciousness and Dr. Emoto
The Vancouver Sun reports that engineers in British Columbia are to be vibrating in anticipation of starting work on the largest civil engineering project in British Columbia in decades
Click here to read Vancouver Sun Story July 11, 2014
Human beings are between 85 % water, especially at birth, and 65% water, most noticeably in old age. If you are old looking, wrinkled, crinkled, grey and crusty you are probably closer to 65% water. If you are young looking, fresh, light, and clear eyed you are probably closer to 85% water.
Click here to read about the health benefits of drinking water
British Columbia is blessed with some of the purest water in the world that is distilled daily in the equatorial regions of the Pacific Ocean and gently transported to British Columbia in a gaseous state by prevailing westerly winds in some of the cleanest air on the planet.
High over the Pacific Ocean, that water is energized by the clear light of the our sun, the stars and the moon and all other forms of cosmic radiation not fully understood and then, shorty before falling on British Columbia, the water condenses into a liquid natural gas, in a water drop form, or into a solid crystal, known as a snowflake, when it begins to gently fall to the surface of our planet in one of the remotest cleanest places on earth, the coast of British Columbia.
PURE WATER will soon be the biggest export product of British Columbia and Canada and these pages are part of that story.