Vote, new arrangement show more support for LNG

Deputy Premier and Minister of Natural Gas Development, Rich Coleman has issued the following statement about the Huu-ay-aht First Nations vote supporting Sarita LNG: “The Province of British Columbia welcomes today’s news that the Huu-ay-aht First Nations have approved the first co-management development arrangement for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in our province. […]

Natural gas pipeline agreements with First Nations

The B.C. government has entered into 64 natural gas pipeline benefits agreements with 29 eligible First Nations (more than 90 per cent) located along four proposed natural gas pipeline routes. These agreements are helping to establish long-term working relationships that include sharing benefits associated with the natural gas pipelines and providing support for LNG development […]

Increasing the market for LNG and renewable natural gas

The Government of British Columbia is taking action under the Climate Leadership Plan to support investments by natural gas utilities that will increase the use of LNG and renewable natural gas in the transportation, marine and other sectors and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. “We’re working with utilities to stimulate the use of LNG as […]