Two Indigenous-led LNG developments raise hopes of new West Coast natural gas export projects – Financial Post

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Two Indigenous-led LNG developments raise hopes of new West Coast natural gas export projects – Financial Post

by ahnationtalk on June 30, 2021132 Views

First Nations agreement are critical in derisking energy infrastructure projects in Canada

Jun 30, 2021

CALGARY — After a string of cancelled liquefied natural gas projects in British Columbia, a pair of new proposals led by Indigenous groups is reinvigorating hope that additional Western Canadian natural gas exports to Asia could finally become a reality.

The Nisga’a Nation, whose traditional territory is north of Prince Rupert near the Alaska border, and a Calgary-based consortium of natural gas producers called Rockies LNG Partners, plan to file a project description for the Ksi Lisims LNG project in the next month or two, the Financial Post has learned.

“I am pleased to advise all of you about a collaborative endeavours agreement the Nisga’a Nation has recently entered into for the assessment and development of an LNG facility in the Nass Area,” Nisga’a president Eva Clayton wrote in a letter to members of her community in March. The letter is the only publicly available information about the project published to date.

Read More: https://financialpost.com/commodities/energy/rockies-lng-to-file-project-description-for-project-with-nisgaa-nation-raising-hopes-of-new-west-coast-exports

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