Opinion: LNG in B.C. — A certain future

By: FNLNGA CEO Karen Ogen-Toews, and BCLNGA CEO David Keane The question for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry in B.C. isn’t if, but when. The industry is moving forward, even as global energy prices remain low. LNG companies are investing tens of millions of dollars each year into their projects and have already spent …

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Oceans Protection Plan to Work with First Nations

  There are numerous management changes on the horizon that will help safeguard B.C.’s oceans, thanks to Canada’s nation-wide Oceans Protection Plan announced in November of 2016. The Oceans Protection Plan will help keep Canadian waters and coasts safe and clean. Under the plan, the Government of Canada will partner with Indigenous and coastal communities …

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LNG Myth Busters: Natural Gas: Clean or Dirty? Part 1

The development of LNG projects has a lot of people talking about the environmental impacts of using natural gas and how it compares to other energy sources. In this two-part series we’ll dig deep into five of the top myths associated with LNG. In the first part, we’ll tackle: Myth #1: CO2 emissions from LNG …

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Huu-ay-aht votes in favour of Sarita LNG

This past week, Huu-ay-aht First Nations citizens voted 70% in favour of developing and co-managing a liquefied natural gas facility with Steelhead LNG. The facility would be located in Sarita Bay, which is on the west coast of Vancouver Island, on traditional Huu-ay-aht territory. They are the first B.C. Nation to approve the co-management development …

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