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Dear Hollywood: Don’t interfere with Indigenous aspirations

Resource Works calls on Hollywood to respect Indigenous economic aspirations in this open letter on celebrities and Coastal GasLink.

Liquefied natural gas,LNG,West Coast,low emissions,emissions reduction
Update: Three West Coast LNG projects make progress

Canada’s low-emission liquefied natural gas facilities on the B.C. coast take steps toward construction and regulatory approvals.

Inlet facilities module arrives at the material offloading facility, LNG project site March 10 2022
O&G101: LNG development in Quebec and Atlantic Canada

Proposed liquefied natural gas developments in Quebec and Nova Scotia could help balance energy security, especially in Europe.

Inlet facilities module arrives at the material offloading facility, LNG project site March 10 2022
LNG Canada construction achieves milestone

Delivery of key equipment means building Canada’s largest private sector investment is more than 50% complete.

Pipe delivery and storage of a piece of pipeline, using a large machine to move it.
First Nations take ownership stake in Coastal GasLink pipeline

Sixteen Indigenous communities make historic investment to become equity partners in vital B.C. natural gas pipeline needed for LNG exports.

Shipping oil through Canadian waters: safe by design

Meet the experts responsible for ensuring safe transportation through Canada’s West Coast waters

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Missing the Boat: Natural gas exports

A comparison of Canada vs U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports show a major missed opportunity.

COMMENTARY: America is now the world’s largest LNG exporter

At one time, 13 LNG facilities were proposed in B.C., and five in and Central and Atlantic Canada. Unfortunately, our extended regulatory timelines and complicated legal system have become roadblocks to international investment.

New study projects growing global demand for LNG

Demand could double from 2020 to 2040, presenting an opportunity for responsibly produced Canadian LNG.

The Canadian Flag, Painted on the Side of a Large Grey Container.
Clearing the air on subsidies

When diesel generators for remote communities count as ‘subsidies,’ it’s worth taking a closer look.