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Blog: Canada’s LNG, the cleanest in the world

Our blog this week comes from Resource Works, B.C.-based advocate for responsible natural-resource development; reproduced with the kind permission of Resource Works. President Joe Biden’s halt on new U.S. LNG projects offers Canada a chance to showcase its commitment to producing exceptionally clean LNG, highlighting innovative approaches to environmental sustainability and economic growth in the…

Blog: Cedar LNG, and Haisla Chief Crystal Smith’s goosebumps

For this week’s blog, a change of pace: LNG-related comments condensed from a podcast featuring Crystal Smith, elected chief councillor of the Haisla Nation and chair of our First Nations LNG Alliance: Whether it be refineries, oil, LNG, propane, methanol, we’ve had proposals within the last 10 years in regards to what the possibilities are…

Blog: After 12 years, a huge step for Cedar LNG

The Cedar LNG project, now a partnership between the Haisla Nation and Pembina Pipeline Corporation, has been moving along for 12 years, including obtaining a natural-gas export licence, government approvals, and engineering and environmental design. Now it’s taken a truly significant step, selecting Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) of South Korea and Black & Veatch of…

Blog: To reduce emissions, the world needs more LNG

In a Christmas-week change of pace for our blog, here’s a look by Alberta’s Canadian Energy Centre at world demand for LNG: An additional $400 billion investment in liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects around the world is needed over the next decade to ensure energy security and achieve emissions reductions, according to a world report by Wood…

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