An aboriginal green energy tint has been painted on British Columbia (BC) liquefied natural gas (LNG) by an agreement of three tribes to promote northern Pacific coast export projects as global environmental blessings.
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An Asian plan for the second British Columbia (BC) liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal, Woodfibre LNG, on Tuesday secured a supply source with a corporate takeover.
A Canadian sore spot — aboriginal affairs — on Wednesday triggered a regulatory pause liable to impose project changes on the plan to launch liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments overseas from Goldboro LNG on the Atlantic coast.
Do not fear the Grizzly Bear Spirit, legal armor against religious opposition that was granted Thursday by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Canadian industry kept a path to project approvals through the maze of aboriginal constitutional rights and power claims in landmark judicial verdicts Wednesday on energy development disputes in Ontario and Nunavut.
The National Energy Board (NEB) reached out to Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick for new judges to render the verdict on TransCanada Corp.’s Energy East proposal for partial conversion of its natural gas Mainline to oil service.
Sponsors of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects on Canada’s Pacific coast were urged Wednesday by an industry-supported study to give high priority to establishing cooperation with native communities.
Canada’s year-old Liberal government confirmed Monday that environmental and native opposition has failed to stop natural gas pipeline construction in the western heartland of the industry.
Pipeline politics heated up Thursday in Canada when aboriginal groups across the country followed an example from the United States to declare war on the fossil fuel industry in the name of preserving native rights and “Mother Earth.”