Only two years later they are expanding? They didn't know this when they drew up the original plans? Or, was it a calculated muse to get the first two compressor engines with Dad's 'non-objection' ?
The argument being, if Dad didn't dispute the first phase of development then he didn't have much of a leg to stand on when it came to Encana's future development plans for this site.
That, we learned is their sneaky way of building a "pattern of dealings" which industry and the regulator like to fall back on should a landowner file a formal complaint.