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Huge LNG plant in Kitimat, B.C., gets the green light, reports say

People in this North Coast town are looking forward eagerly to the boom that will come with construction of a $40-billion megaproject to export liquefied natural gas to Asia. 

The go ahead for LNG Canada could encourage other projects to follow suit, creating facilities needed to soak up Western Canada’s glut of natural gas, producers say.

First Nations have viewed the environmental dangers of gas, which evaporates during a spill, as less than that of an oil spill, particularly in the ocean or on inland waterways. The last First Nation to sign a benefit agreement was the Haisla Nation in Kitimat.



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