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Newsletter: Ksi Lisims LNG files project details

The Ksi Lisims LNG project, led by the Nisga’a First Nation, has filed its initial project description with federal and BC regulatory authorities. Among the points made: At full build-out, the floating project will produce up to 12 million tonnes per annum of LNG, with an expected life of at least 30 years. “The proponents …

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Newsletter: First Nations LNG projects in spotlight

Front and centre in energy news stories, the Ksi Lisims LNG project being explored by the Nisga’a Nation, and the Cedar LNG project being moved forward by the Haisla Nation. The first details of the $55-billion Ksi Lisims project were given to Terrace city council, including these: The floating facility would be located on the …

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Newsletter: Outreach LNG updates, advice, issues

Points aired by speakers at our public online Diversity and Inclusion outreach session on 17 June 2021 included these: Trevor Morrison, CEO, Kyah Development Corporation, owned by the Witset First Nation: “We need to have more women employed with these projects. And this (CGL pipeline construction) project is not always going to be here. Our …

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Newsletter: Meet the First Nations Climate Initiative

Chinese investors, and representatives of Chinese LNG importers and processors, heard all about our BC LNG during a conference hosted by the Canadian embassy in Beijing. They got a little more, in addition: a look at the First Nations Climate Initiative (FNCI), founded by the Lax Kw’alaams, Metlakatla, Nisga’a and Haisla Nations. Crystal Smith, elected …

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Newsletter: LNG benefits, and challenges

LNG development in BC has brought benefits to First Nations and Indigenous people, but there have been challenges, too. Some examples were given in an online discussion hosted by the Alliance this week. A few condensed remarks:  Clifford White, hereditary chief of the Gitxaala Nation, and a director of the Alliance: “Unfortunately, there’s still a …

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