VANCOUVER SUN – Opinion: Working with First Nations brings benefits

BY NALAINE MORIN, SPECIAL TO THE SUN NOVEMBER 20, 2015

There is an important conversation happening in communities across B.C. about liquefied natural gas.

By now, everyone is familiar with the opportunity. Take the vast reserves of natural gas we have in B.C.’s northeast, move it to the coast via pipeline and then export a liquefied form of the gas to overseas markets where it can fetch a much higher price than anywhere in North America.

It sounds simple. But in truth, it takes years of planning, research and negotiation to get from an idea to final execution. That is something we are seeing here in British Columbia, as proponents of LNG projects are going through all the work that is required before green lighting the billions in spending required for the infrastructure to export LNG.

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