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Now that the Blueberry River First Nations have won a historic agreement, they face thousands of wells greenlit by the regulator.
When the Blueberry River First Nations took the provincial government to court in March 2015, arguing that cumulative industrial developments had robbed them of their ability to hunt and fish, oil and gas companies could see trouble lay ahead.
So what did they do? They doubled down with a surge of new development proposals each of which the provincial government quickly signed off on well before the court issued its decision.
The most aggressive company was Petronas, the state-owned Malaysian multinational that holds rights to drill and frack over a wider area than any other fossil fuel company operating in British Columbia. Petronas is also a major partner (second only to Shell) in LNG Canada, the massive $40-billion methane gas liquification facility under construction at Kitimat.
Read More: https://thetyee.ca/Analysis/2023/02/10/First-Nation-Sued-BC-Gas-Drilling-Frenzy/
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