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Blog: Canada’s LNG: Act locally, think globally

By KAREN OGEN We’ve come a long way since 2,500 years ago, when the Chinese used crude bamboo ‘pipelines’ to carry natural gas that seeped to the earth’s surface and used it to boil sea water to get drinkable water. Now we have LNG Canada testing its plant at Kitimat B.C., a $43-billion project that…

Our blog: Canadian LNG is Indigenous LNG

We’ve been spreading the message in that headline above for a long time online — and now it’s becoming even more clear. For example, the Nisga’a Nation now has announced, with Western LNG, the planned purchase from TC Energy of the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission pipeline project (PRGT). It would be used to feed natural…

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