First Nations to get stake in Pacific Trails Pipeline

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The Pacific Trails Pipeline, is a 463-kilometre pipeline that will carry natural gas from Summit Lake, 55 kilometres north of Prince George, to the proposed Kitimat LNG facility on B.C.'s north coast.

The First Nations Limited Partnership will be made up of 15 northern First Nations along the route of the pipeline and will generate revenues for each of the First Nations’ communities.

The Pacific Trails Pipeline is an important component of the Kitimat LNG project, proposed by Chevron and Apache.
 

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