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.
Demand could double from 2020 to 2040, presenting an opportunity for responsibly produced Canadian LNG.
When diesel generators for remote communities count as ‘subsidies,’ it’s worth taking a closer look.
B.C. government establishes short-term emissions goal.
Partnership announced for Canada’s first majority Indigenous-owned LNG export facility.
Some environmental groups say LNG is worse for the environment than coal. Here are the facts.
Video highlights opportunities in northern communities from well-paying jobs to self-determination.
Karen Ogen Toews of the First Nations LNG Alliance and Wet’suwet’en First Nation discusses COVID and economic reconciliation through energy projects that create jobs, investment and partnerships.
A conversation with Bryan Cox of the Canadian LNG Alliance on the pan-Canadian benefits of a growing West Coast LNG industry.