Royal Dutch Shell

British-Dutch corporation Shell owns 40% of LNG Canada, a terminal to liquify fracked gas coming from British Columbia and to then export it to Asia. The gas that LNG Canada would use would come directly through the Coastal GasLink Pipeline. This pipeline would cut right through lands inhabited by the indigenous Wet’suwet’en nation, who oppose the project. According to the British Columbia government, the LNG Canada project would emit four megatonnes of carbon emissions each year during its first phase - the equivalent of adding 856,531 cars to the road. Since Standard Chartered is an investor in Shell, it also supports LNG Canada.