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First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter 07 – A step forward for LNG in BC

A step forward for LNG in BC Congratulations to LNG Canada for another step forward in the long march toward the finishing line for a $40-billion plant and terminal at Kitimat. The company has selected two candidates to be the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors for the project. They are two partnerships: one of TechnipFMC …

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First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter 05

What conditions for LNG in BC? The under-new-management government of BC is working towards an official position on LNG development in the province. We expect to see it soon, and to learn the operative details of the four conditions the NDP government has set for further LNG development: Proposals must include express guarantees of jobs …

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First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter 04

This week’s highlights: Letter: Will First Nations end up losers after election? Video: LNG Education and Information Headlines: Recent news Letter: Will First Nations end up losers after election? This letter originally appeared on the Vancouver Sun online, May 23, 2017. As we wait to see which party will lead the province forward, I believe not only …

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First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter 03

This week’s highlights: Article: Why LNG Prices Matter Opinion: LNG in B.C. – A certain future Headlines: Recent News To understand why none of the LNG projects in northwestern BC have reached a final investment decision, we must look at the sagging prices of LNG world-wide. At present, most exported LNG is sold via long-term …

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