News Release

Alliance welcomes approvals of Cedar LNG

The First Nations LNG Alliance welcomes the announcements that BC and Canada have approved the Haisla Nation’s $3-billion Cedar LNG project. “This is a tremendous achievement for the Haisla First Nation” Alliance CEO Karen Ogen said. “Cedar LNG and the Coastal GasLink pipeline that delivers the gas show the world that First Nations with courage …

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News release: Alliance to spearhead LNG development

Our news release, sent to national and BC news media on 14 February 2023 First Nations LNG Alliance to spearhead LNG development on behalf of Nations and Canadian companies The First Nations LNG Alliance (FNLNGA) has reached an agreement with the Canadian LNG Alliance and member companies to lead sustainable liquefied natural gas development and future …

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Response to Ottawa: Net zero is a worthy goal, but so is Indigenous reconciliation

The following is a response from the First Nation LNG Alliance to the federal discussion paper “Options to Cap and Cut Oil and Gas Sector Greenhouse Gas Emissions to Achieve 2030 Goals and Net-Zero by 2050.” Ottawa invited “input on the design and implementation of an approach to cap and cut emissions from the sector.” …

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Alliance hopes for Wet’suwet’en path forward

The First Nations LNG Alliance is pleased to hear of the proposed agreement reached in meetings of the federal and provincial governments and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs. The Alliance now hopes for further progress as the agreement is brought to the Wet’suwet’en people in the coming days. We look for it to provide a path forward …

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