First Nations LNG Alliance

Blog: Our LNG exports: Is there a Catch 3?

We see that Ottawa has signalled there are two catches or hurdles in its consideration of exporting LNG to Europe via the Maritime provinces. Now we’re wondering if there will be a third catch that would apply to all new LNG-for-export projects in Canada. The first two hurdles: Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says Canada …

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Newsletter: Crystal Smith the face of Canadian LNG

 Our newsletter 09 June 2022 Following LNG Canada’s final investment decision (FID) in October 2018, one face emerged from the crowd of people impacted by the decision – that of Crystal Smith, chief councillor of Haisla Nation, on whose traditional territory LNG Canada will be built. “The Haisla Nation has studied the LNG industry for …

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Crystal Smith the face of Canadian LNG

(From Natural Gas World at the World Gas Conference) Nearly four years ago, five of the world’s most well-known players on the global natural gas stage sanctioned Canada’s first world-scale LNG export project – the 14mn mt/yr first phase of LNG Canada. Backed by names like global major Shell, Malaysia’s PETRONAS, PetroChina, Korea Gas and …

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Blog: LNG exports from Eastern Canada?

The federal government, which in February vetoed the planned Energie Saguenay LNG export project in Quebec, has suddenly decided that LNG exports in the Maritime provinces could be acceptable. Thus we have federal officials talking with two potential LNG exporters. Ottawa is looking at Spanish company Repsol’s LNG import facility in New Brunswick, for one, …

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