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CFE Opting for Alternative Natural Gas Pipeline Routes to Advance Stalled Mexico Projects

CFE Opting for Alternative Natural Gas Pipeline Routes to Advance Stalled Mexico Projects

Mexico’s Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) will build alternate natural gas pipeline branches in an effort to get stalled projects in the country moving. Speaking at a press conference earlier this month, CFE Internacional and CFEnergía head Miguel Reyes said new routes would be developed for the Guaymas-El Oro pipeline and the Tuxpan-Tula line. The…

September 14, 2021
Indigenous Partnerships Proving Vital to Canada’s Natural Gas Development

Indigenous Partnerships Proving Vital to Canada’s Natural Gas Development

By combining natural gas growth with native economic ambitions, Canada’s natural gas industry is trying out a formula for an environmental, social and governance investment standard that caters to stakeholder demands. A trio of British Columbia (BC) liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, seeking total exports of as much as 2.76 Bcf/d, is employing cooperation with…

August 23, 2021
BC Court Says Indigenous Rights Must Be Considered in Montney Shale Regulations

BC Court Says Indigenous Rights Must Be Considered in Montney Shale Regulations

A British Columbia (BC) trial court has directed the provincial government to build Indigenous rights into strengthened regulation of the Montney Shale region, but stopped short of handing out injunctions that would have halted natural gas supply development. After a six-year review of cumulative effects on the Blueberry River First Nations that included a 160-day…

July 2, 2021
Canada Indigenous Groups Gain Formal Standing in Pipeline, Transmission Approvals

Canada Indigenous Groups Gain Formal Standing in Pipeline, Transmission Approvals

Canadian natives gained a say in national supervision of pipelines and power transmission Wednesday, when the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) appointed its first formal Indigenous Advisory Committee (IAC). The IAC includes nine First Nations, Inuit and Metis representatives from Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and Yukon Territory. Tribal associations chose three of the…

August 6, 2020
Three First Nations Tribes Team Up to Promote Benefits of BC LNG Exports

Three First Nations Tribes Team Up to Promote Benefits of BC LNG Exports

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.

October 11, 2019

Canada’s First Nations to Participate in Creating an Environmental Watchdog

Canadian federal and provincial authorities have set out to earn native acceptance for liquefied natural gas (LNG) and pipeline projects by enlisting aboriginal participation in environmental regulation.

February 3, 2017

Native Americans, NRDC Planning Opposition to Trump Administration on Pipelines, Enviro Rules

Native American and a national environmental group separately outlined plans Monday to resist the Trump administration’s efforts to roll back regulations and build more oil and gas pipeline projects.

February 1, 2017
Canada’s LNG Export Proponents Urged to Cooperate with Native Communities

Canada’s LNG Export Proponents Urged to Cooperate with Native Communities

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.

November 28, 2016

BP America’s Vogel Sees Transition to ‘Low-Carbon Century’

BP America Co. President Herb Vogel said Tuesday the abundant natural gas supplies in the United States and Canada — including indigenous supplies and regasified liquefied natural gas (LNG) — are leading to “profound revolutionary changes.”

May 12, 2010