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LNG 2023 - Vancouver 

10-13 July 2023
Vancouver Convention Centre
B.C. Canada

Chevron and Qatar Energy

Program Overview

LNG 2023


SL.07 Reconciliation and Canadian LNG: Indigenous Energy Leadership on the World Stage

Tuesday 11 July 2023
Spotlight | Autmun Sessions | West level 2, Rooms 211-214
LNG markets, Energy Security and Decarbonisation , Commercial Stimulii , Clear Filters - See Full Programme
Canada’s Indigenous peoples are at the forefront of Canada’s response to the urgent global need for LNG – all of Canada’s proposed LNG projects and their associated infrastructure have significant First Nations partnership, including ownership stakes, a regulatory role or business development agreement. With over 300 years of supply and some of the highest environmental standards in the world, Canada and Canada’s First Nations are leading the way in bringing LNG to global markets while creating inter-generational expertise and wealth for Indigenous communities across the value chain. Are Canada’s efforts at reconciliation and Indigenous partnerships a viable gold standard for developing communities around the world?
Leigh Ann Shoji-Lee, Executive Vice President , Operations - TriSummit Utilities
Chief Sharleen Gale, Chief Councillor - Fort Nelson First Nation
Crystal Smith, Chair; Chief Councillor - First Nations LNG Alliance; Haisla Nation
Christine Kennedy, President - Woodfibre LNG
Roger Dall'Antonia, President & CEO - FortisBC
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