Robert Dennis named advisor to Alliance

Robert Dennis, a former elected chief councillor of the Huu-ay-aht First Nations on Vancouver Island, is named Advisor to our First Nations LNG Alliance. His accomplishments are well known throughout federal, provincial and Indigenous political circles. Robert spent a good part of four years, from 2011 to 2015, working with Karen Ogen, now CEO of …

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‘Canadian LNG is Indigenous’

Our new look at LNG: ‘Canadian LNG is Indigenous. Indigenous values are powering Canada’s low-carbon LNG opportunity.’ Read more on what it means: This content also appeared as an ad in The Globe and Mail. The Globe, as well, carried a news story, available to its subscribers at Its headline: ‘Indigenous leaders strive …

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Karen Ogen: LNG in the energy future

The latest “science” on LNG from the David Suzuki Foundation offers a classic example of cherry-picking. A simple definition of cherry-picking: “The act of pointing to individual cases or data that seem to confirm a particular position while ignoring a significant portion of related and similar cases or data that may contradict that position.” That the …

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Port Edward LNG eyes construction start

Port Edward LNG hopes to start construction in fall on its small-scale LNG-for-export plant, 9 km south of Prince Rupert. CEO Chris Hilliard told the Alliance board: “Whether it happens in the fall or whether it drags out a little bit into winter, we will finally break ground and get into our two-year construction cycle. …

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Blog: US OKs new competitor for B.C. LNG

We keep a watchful eye on potential competition for overseas sales from our B.C. LNG plants. We usually look south for this — but now we should look northwards as well, because a proposed project in Alaska could match our “natural advantages” in LNG exports. South of us, the U.S. has seven active LNG-for-export plants, …

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