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  • LNG stands for Liquefied Natural Gas. It is the same as the natural gas we burn in our homes, but it has been cooled to -162°C so it can be shipped as a liquid in supertankers. It is a very energy-intensive fossil fuel, as it requires huge amounts of energy to cool the natural gas to liquid form.

  • Fracking is a gas extraction method in northeast BC that discharges millions of gallons of water and toxic chemicals per well each year. Environment Canada recently released a report that identifies fracking as a serious threat to fresh water. To expand the LNG export industry it is estimated that 50,000 new fracking wells will be needed.

    Check out this website to find out more about the Dangers of Fracking. http://www.dangersoffracking.com/

  • The Woodfibre LNG Project is a proposed small-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing and export facility, located approximately seven kilometres southwest of Squamish, British Columbia, on the former Woodfibre pulp mill site.