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Blog: First Nations leaders in clean energy


There’s more to life than LNG. First Nations — stewards of the environment since time immemorial — are active in producing modern clean and renewable energy.

Newsletter: Exploring economic reconciliation


Our webinar on economic reconciliation. Plus: BC LNG to Asia, North American LNG looks good for decades, and more.

Looking for opportunities in the LNG field?


To explore information on LNG jobs, and doing business, and possibilities with potential employers and contractors, here are some useful pages:

#LNG exports: Putting Canada on the map. A fireside chat coming up Jan. 18 at the BC Natural Resources Forum @BCNRF in Prince George: http://ow.ly/Hyy550LT6aU
• Info/register: http://ow.ly/cygA50LT6io
#cdnpoli #LNGinBC

World #LNG News
• Europe imports of Russian LNG up 42% year over year: http://ow.ly/B36V50LT7mr
• German LNG terminal to start by year-end: http://ow.ly/m9IH50LT7mp
• LNG delays cause $15-billion drop in Russia upstream investments: http://ow.ly/m1bc50LT7mt

#LNG plants a key factor as @bchydro eyes eyes massive transmission expansion in northwest BC: http://ow.ly/lIK950LTBCx @SmithersNews #LNGinBC #bcpoli

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