Natural Gas Pipeline Benefits Agreements

Natural Gas Pipeline Benefits Agreements are agreements between Government and First Nations that are part of the B.C. Government's comprehensive approach to partnering with First Nations on liquefied natural gas (LNG) opportunities, which also includes development skills training and environmental stewardship projects with First Nations.

The following First Nations have Natural Gas Pipeline Benefits Agreements:

First Nations Limited Partnership (FLNP)

The First Nations Pacific Trail Pipelines (PTP) Group Limited Partnership (FNLP) comprises 16 First Nations in British Columbia. FNLP is commercial partnership by and for First Nations who, together, negotiated and concluded a precedent-setting commercial benefits agreement regarding the PTP project. The project is a proposed 480-kilometer pipeline designed to transport natural gas from Summit Lake in British Columbia to the proposed Kitimat LNG export terminal.  

The following 16 First Nations are members of the FNLP and have signed economic participation agreements with the Province of B.C.

Other Liquefied Natural Gas Related Agreements

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