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Petronas said to be looking at minority stake in LNG Canada

Energetic City | Chris Newton | August 22 2017

The proponent of the now-cancelled Pacific NorthWest LNG project is said to be considering acquiring a minority stake in the Shell-led LNG Canada project.

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Representatives Of WCC LNG Visit Prince Rupert

CFTK News | Corey Callaghan | August 22 2017

Representatives of a proposed liquefied natural gas project have spent the last few days in Prince Rupert updating the community.

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Representatives Of WCC LNG Visit Prince Rupert

CFTK News | Corey Callaghan

Representatives of a proposed liquefied natural gas project have spent the last few days in Prince Rupert updating the community.

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LNG Canada project ‘still alive’ as group assesses site

The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | August 21 2017

Former Haisla Nation chief councillor Ellis Ross has high hopes for a liquefied natural gas project, saying an international consortium is scrutinizing the B.C. proposal despite gloomy market

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At least 1 worker injured after ‘ignition’ at Tilbury LNG facility in Delta, B.C.

CBC News | Chad Pawson | August 20 2017

WorkSafeBC says it's looking into an incident at FortisBC's Tilbury LNG facility in Delta, B.C., that injured at least one contractor.

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2017 International LNG in BC Conference cancelled

Energetic City | Jessica Fedigan | August 18 2017

The 2017 International LNG in BC Conference that was slated for November 28-30 in Vancouver has been cancelled.

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$60,000 for groups assessing environmental impacts of Aurora LNG

The Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | August 18 2017

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency gives some funding to Dodge Cove

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Hopefully other LNG projects will bring prosperity to the northwest

Terrace Standard | Steve Smyth | August 13 2017

The cancellation of PNW LNG is a loss to the northwest economy, says Terrace writer

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LNG is not a fantasy

Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Ellis Ross | August 12 2017

For more than a decade, I worked on reviewing proposed projects in traditional industries, like forestry and tourism – then along came LNG.

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Indian Oil Corp still interested in building Pacific Northwest LNG

Energetic City | Adam Reaburn | August 6 2017

One partner in the Pacific Northwest LNG project is looking for a cheaper location to build the LNG export facility according to The Star newspaper in Malaysia.

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Will we learn from LNG’s failure in B.C.?

The Globe and Mail | Thomas Gunton | August 6 2017

Right up to the most recent B.C. election in May, the British Columbia government had been promising three to five new liquefied natural gas plants that would generate between $130-billion and

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Business as usual for Kitimat’s LNG projects

Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Gerry Leibel| August 5 2017

The decision by Malaysian oil and gas company PETRONAS and its partners to abandon plans to build the Pacific NorthWest LNG project in Port Edward has raised concerns around the future of the two

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TransCanada to review options in reaction to LNG decision

Smithers Interior News | Chris Gareau | August 3 2017

After a successful legal challenge that referred the approval of the TransCanada Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) pipeline back to the National Energy Board (NEB) for consideration and the

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Legal challenges to Pacific NorthWest LNG Project to continue

Terrace Standard | August 3 2017

The decision by Petronas to pull the plug on the proposed $36 billion Pacific Northwest LNG project, changes nothing says two groups who sought judicial review of the project.

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LNG Canada aiming to reach export terminal decision in 2018: CEO

Business News North | Nicole Mordant | August 3 2017

LNG Canada, a joint venture led by Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSa.N), is aiming for an investment decision next year on building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal on British Columbia's

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Petronas did Canada a favour. Just ask Australia

The Globe and Mail | Jim Stafford | August 2 2017

After years of waffling, Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas finally pulled the plug last week on its Pacific Northwest LNG project. The company blamed the dismal economics facing global LNG: a glut of

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Pacific Northwest LNG is dead — what happens to court challenges now?

Discourse Media | Anya Zoledziwoski | August 1 2017

For some who opposed the PNW LNG project in British Columbia, the fight’s still not over.

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How BC’s LNG Fiasco Went So Wrong

The Tyee | Andrew Nikiforuk | July 31 2017

Government, cheerleaders were blind to market forces that doomed the pipe dream. Will NDP make the same mistake?

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Pacific NorthWest LNG, 2012-2017: How to kill an LNG project in Canada

Financial Post | Claudia Cattaneo & Geoffrey Morgan | July 28 2017

Petronas and its partners made the final call to stop the bleeding on Tuesday morning and quickly communicated the decision to governments and other interested parties

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Vaughn Palmer: LNG warning bells went off despite Clark’s aggressive push

The Vancouver Sun | Vaughn Palmer | July 26 2017

Long before the Malaysians pulled the plug on their contribution to developing a liquefied natural gas industry in B.C., there were reasons to think the province was missing the window of opportunity.

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TransCanada to be reimbursed for full costs of work to advance Pacific NorthWest LNG​​ pipeline

JWN Energy | Deborah Jaremko | July 25 2017

TranCanada Corporation says it is reviewing its options related to the proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project (PRGT) following the announcement that Petronas will not proceed with the LNG

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Environmental review resumes for Prince Rupert LNG project

Business in Vancouver | Nelson Bennett | July 25 2017

Nexen Energy completes required responses to worldwide submissions about liquefied natural gas plant

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BC NDP to press on with LNG support; Green allies remain opposed

The Globe and Mail | Ian Bailey | July 23 2017

British Columbia's new NDP government will continue support for the development of a liquefied natural gas sector, despite its past criticisms of the former Liberal government's aggressive pursuit of

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BC’s LNG Industry Dealt Another Blow as Regulator Forced to Re-Review Gas Pipeline

The Tyee | Andrew Nikiforuk | July 21 2017

British Columbia’s failing liquefied natural gas industry has just received another major setback.

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Not too late for LNG projects: B.C. LNG Alliance responds to criticism

CBC News | Clare Hennig | July 21 2017

The National Energy Board has described Canada as a "late entrant" to the liquefied natural gas industry in a recent report, sparking debate about when—if ever—was the right time to push forward

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Pacific NorthWest LNG Hits Road Block as Gas Pipeline Sent Back to National Energy Board by Federal

DeSmog Canada | Emma Gilchrist | July 20 2017

The Federal Court of Appeal has ruled that the National Energy Board (NEB) made a legal mistake by not considering whether TransCanada’s Prince Rupert Gas Transmission pipeline is under federal

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Court orders NEB to examine proposed TransCanada pipeline’s jurisdiction

The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | July 20 2017

A proposed natural gas pipeline in British Columbia is facing delays after a court ruling that the National Energy Board must examine the issue of whether the project should be under provincial or

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Federal Court of Appeal ruling deals setback for Pacific NorthWest LNG project

The Canadian Press | Aleksandra Sagan | July 20 2017

The National Energy Board must reconsider whether a proposed natural gas pipeline critical to the development of the Pacific NorthWest liquefied natural gas project falls within provincial or federal

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Varcoe: New B.C. energy minister faced with rekindling Canada’s bold LNG dream

Calgary Herald | Chris Varcoe | July 19 2017

Former Albertan Michelle Mungall became B.C.’s new energy minister Tuesday, turning the page on another intriguing chapter in the long-running saga of building an LNG industry in Canada.

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ndia port project expects LNG supply from Canada

Calgary Herald | Reid Southwick | July 18, 2017

At a recent groundbreaking ceremony for a liquefied natural gas terminal on India’s east coast, a minister in that country’s government said Canada will be a source of the facility’s LNG.

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