Liquefied natural gas is needed to meet the world’s energy needs and Canada has an important opportunity. Learn more with this 101 infographic.
Resource Works calls on Hollywood to respect Indigenous economic aspirations in this open letter on celebrities and Coastal GasLink.
Canada’s low-emission liquefied natural gas facilities on the B.C. coast take steps toward construction and regulatory approvals.
Proposed liquefied natural gas developments in Quebec and Nova Scotia could help balance energy security, especially in Europe.
Delivery of key equipment means building Canada’s largest private sector investment is more than 50% complete.
Sixteen Indigenous communities make historic investment to become equity partners in vital B.C. natural gas pipeline needed for LNG exports.
Meet the experts responsible for ensuring safe transportation through Canada’s West Coast waters
A comparison of Canada vs U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports show a major missed opportunity.
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.