FID on Cedar LNG to come by month-end

Cedar LNG, a partnership of the Haisla Nation and Pembina Pipeline Corporation, is on track to make a Final Investment Decision (FID) by the end of June. If the $4.6-billion project in B.C. gets the financial green light, it will aim for arrival of its floating LNG production plant in 2028, along with a connection …

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Canada’s emerging LNG industry creates new opportunities for Indigenous communities

Alliance director Clifford White is interviewed by Alberta’s Canadian Energy Centre:  ‘Indigenous people are the caretakers of this planet and we can be a part of making effective change.’ There is a winter spiritual tradition among the members of the Gitxaala Nation of taking a plunge into dark, swirling waters of the Pacific Ocean off …

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Newsletter: The Alliance speaks up for Indigenous LNG. And we link to Equitable Origin.

Our newsletter: 06 June 2024 The Alliance speaks up for Indigenous LNG Karen Ogen, CEO of our First Nations LNG Alliance, was a speaker June 5 at the Indigenous Partnerships Success Showcase event in Vancouver. Her keynote speech included this: “I see a day when First Nations in B.C. are doing far more than monitoring, …

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Gas to Growth: A report by Philip Cross in collaboration with Resource Works and the First Nations LNG Alliance

Our Alliance and Resource Works present a new report by statistics expert Philip Cross. It finds LNG investments boost B.C. and Canadian economies more than other projects: a $4.1-billion investment in B.C. leads to a total increase of $4.5 billion in Canada’s GDP, and thousands of Canadian jobs. It also finds Canada has an opportunity …

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