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B.C. aboriginal group eyes Enbridge’s Kitimat terminal for LNG project

BRENT JANG

KITAMAAT VILLAGE, B.C. — The Globe and Mail

Last updated Wednesday, Nov. 26 2014, 7:18 PM EST

The waters of Douglas Channel are shown from the town of Kitimat, British Columbia April 12, 2014. (STAFF/REUTERS)

An aboriginal group keen to export liquefied natural gas has its sights set on B.C. property slated for the Northern Gateway bitumen terminal, highlighting the troubles faced by oil pipeline plans.

The northern B.C. location for the planned Kitimat-area terminal would be an ideal venue for a native-led LNG project, according to the Haisla First Nation. The Haisla are devising LNG proposals against a backdrop of vocal opposition in British Columbia against Enbridge Inc.’s Northern Gateway and protests against Kinder Morgan Canada Inc.’s plans to nearly triple its Trans Mountain oil pipeline capacity from Edmonton to the Vancouver suburb of Burnaby.