Past & Future LNG Events

June 13th, 2019:

Taylor, BC hosts first annual BC LNG golf tournament

This historic event took place beginning June 13th, 2019. Visit the Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce website. The tournament is a fundraiser for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation. You can read more about it at the golf course’s website

May 21- 23, 2019:

Canada Gas and LNG Exhibition and Conference (CGLNG) convenes at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

T4LNG Team has Canada Gas and LNG Exhibition and Conference covered
By Don Hauka
 
The global focus on the gas and LNG industry will be on Vancouver when the seventh Canada
Gas and LNG Exhibition and Conference (CGLNG) convenes at the Vancouver Convention
Centre, May 21- 23. And the Together For LNG Team will be there as business, government and
First Nations come together to unlock economic opportunity and advance Canada’s global
climate leadership.
 
The CGLNG conference attracts over 5,000 industry professionals, 80 expert speakers, 300
senior delegates and 200 exhibiting companies from across the full value chain — from
producers, pipeline players and LNG projects through to transportation companies,
petrochemical players and power producers. The event will identify the opportunities, challenges
and solutions for Canadian gas and LNG.
 
The Together For LNG Team will cover top issues like the positive role LNG will play in the
rebirth of the Canadian natural resource economy and the transition to a cleaner environment
worldwide. We’ll cover panels like “Aligning our common interests — First Nations, Industry and
Government moving LNG forward” and “First Nations: Getting to FID and what comes next?”
with panelists like Crystal Smith (Haisla First Nation), Dan George (Ts’il Kaz Koh First Nation)
and Karen Ogen from the First Nations LNG Alliance.
 
So watch the T4LNG website and Facebook page for updates. The CGLNG exhibition and
conference is supported by the Government of B.C., Fortis BC, Kitimat LNG, Solaris,
TransCanada and Petronas Canada
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