EnCana Doubles Cash Reward to Help Solve Dawson Creek Bombings

EnCana Corporation has doubled its offer of a cash reward for helping solve the Dawson Creek bombings. EnCana is offering up to $1 million cash for information directly leading to the arrest and prosecution of the individual or individuals responsible for the recent bombings at EnCana facilities in the Tomslake area near Dawson Creek, British Columbia. The reward, subject to the Terms and Conditions set out below, is intended to encourage anyone with information, including EnCana employees and contractors, help the police solve these crimes, stop any further attacks and help ensure the safety of the communities in and around Dawson Creek.

"We have doubled our reward, now up to $1 million, in the hope that someone will come forward to help solve these crimes. We are very willing to pay $1 million for information that helps stop these bombings and end these threats to the safety of the people in the Dawson Creek communities," said Mike Graham, EnCana's Executive Vice-President & President, Canadian Foothills Division.

"As well, EnCana employees and contractors are now eligible for the reward. We want to remove any barrier that would prevent someone with crime-solving information from coming forward. We have made this change to encourage someone who may have previously been reluctant to share information to now do the right thing and help police solve these crimes," Graham said.

"We have witnessed six bombings of natural gas facilities in the past nine months. Each one is a threat to the safety, well being and peace of mind of our workers, contractors and the people who live in the affected communities. These are violent and dangerous criminal acts. They disrupt the lives of the people who live there and pose a very serious risk of causing injury or even death. The safety of our workers and the people who live in the communities where we operate is of paramount importance," Graham said.