Susannah Pierce of LNG Canada discusses how their natural gas liquefaction project in Kitimat, B.C., will aid Canada’s economic recovery, battle climate change and advance Indigenous reconciliation.
Open letter signed by Canadian CEOs outlines ‘the new normal’ with COVID-19
Crystal Smith of the Haisla First Nation discusses how LNG and pipeline investments have helped reduce poverty, remove barriers and preserve traditional culture among the Haisla and their neighbours.
Canadian oil and natural gas companies have an opportunity to showcase leading ESG performance and be part of responsible investing solutions.
Canadian liquefied natural gas could lead the way to decreasing global greenhouse gas emissions.
Many non-Indigenous protesters appear to be appropriating an Indigenous issue for their own self-serving purposes.
Canada has the resources and knowledge to become a LNG leader—reducing global greenhouse gas emissions while building prosperity at home.
This key chapter to the Paris Agreement could encourage international collaboration on greenhouse gas emissions reductions and help Canada meet its reduction targets.
Once opposed to the idea that Canadian LNG can help reduce global emissions, B.C.’s premier now supports more LNG exports
Electrified LNG could allow Asian customers to use Canadian natural gas with fewer emissions than competitors, while benefiting B.C.’s independent power producers.