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LNG Canada to start moving into Haisla Centre

Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Gerry Leibel| June 21 2017

LNG Canada staff will this summer move into the recently completed Haisla Centre in Kitimat.

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More time needed to understand LNG project

The Northern View | Shannon Lough | June 21 2017

North Coast Regional District needs time to comment to Nexen Energy’s responses on the Aurora LNG.

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Beyond appropriation of our culture, the most important fight is for our land

The Globe and Mail | Simogyet Malii

The Federal Court heard arguments earlier this month by a band council in northern British Columbia, the Lax Kw’alaams Band, and its industry backers, Pacific NorthWest LNG, who are seeking to deny

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Aurora LNG project back online after Nexen responds to more than 1,000 comments

Friends of Digby Island | June 18 2017

After a two and a half month pause, the Aurora LNG project has officially restarted its environmental review.

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How the Death of B.C.’s LNG Dream Could Stoke a B.C. Natural Gas Boom

DeSmog Canada | Christopher Pollon | June 17 2017

A race to expand B.C. natural gas pipelines and infrastructure is on, signalling two possible outcomes: the death of our homegrown liquefied natural gas (LNG) export dream, and the dawn of the most

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Aurora LNG review still on hold

The Northern View | Shannon Lough | June 14 2017

Aurora LNG continues to delay its environmental review process after it was put on hold March 22.

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B.C. hereditary tribal leader aims to fight Pacific NorthWest LNG project

The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | June 14 2017

A Federal Court case has cast the spotlight on a hereditary tribal leader’s battle against a liquefied natural gas project in northern British Columbia.

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Pacific Northwest LNG court battle: ‘At jeopardy is our whole tribal system’

Discourse Media | Trevor Jang | June 13 2017

Interpreting Indigenous law in a western court system is like 'trying to put a circle in a square,' says the Gitwilgyoots Tribe, one of two governing systems for the Coast Tsimshian people.

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Shell says it will proceed with B.C. energy plans despite political uncertainty

The Calgary Herald | Dan Healing | June 6 2017

Royal Dutch Shell will forge ahead with its energy development plans in British Columbia regardless of the uncertainty swirling around the province's political future, says the company's Canadian

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Woodfibre LNG secures 40-year export licence from feds

CBC News | June 5 2017

$1.6B project to be built near Squamish will export liquefied natural gas from Northern B.C. to Asia

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Suppressed science report revealed in court battle over Pacific Northwest LNG

Discourse Media | Trevor Jang | June 5 2017

The Lax Kw'alaams band council shielded a report warning of the dangers of northern B.C.'s liquified natural gas project from its members, court documents reveal.

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Trudeau Liberals, B.C. set to face off over Pacific NorthWest LNG

The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | May 31 2017

The federal government and British Columbia are headed for a showdown over a massive liquefied natural gas project approved by Ottawa.

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LNG Canada Seeking Export License Extension

Natural Gas Intel | Gordon Jaremko | May 19 2017

A top contender to make the delayed launch of Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) overseas exports is seeking permission to keep on trying for another five years.

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Federal bill to ban tanker traffic on B.C. North Coast, excluding LNG

Global News | Jill Slattery | May 12 2017

The federal Liberals have introduced a new bill that aims to ban oil tanker traffic from the B.C. coast and impose penalties for potential violators.

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Company will announce Final Investment Decision on Pacific NorthWest LNG when appropriate: Petronas

Energetic City | May 8 2017

According to an article by The Star Online, the president and chief executive officer of Petronas says that a Final Investment Decision on the Pacific NorthWest LNG will be made when the time is

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B.C.‘s LNG boom is turning out to be a costly bust

Maximilian Kniewasser | iPolitics | May 5 2017

Four years ago, the government of British Columbia bet big on the prospect of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports creating overseas markets for the province’s shale and tight gas resources.

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New LNG Tanker Safety Website

This new website shows the risks that LNG poses to BC communities and calls on candidates in the BC election to take a stand by committing to put plans for LNG exports from proposed and approved

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A Dam Big Problem: Regulatory breakdown as fracking companies in BC’s northeast build dozens of dams

Ben Parfitt | Policy Note | May 3 2017

A subsidiary of Petronas, the Malaysian state-owned petro giant courted by the BC government, has built at least 16 unauthorized dams in northern BC to trap hundreds of millions of gallons of water

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Aurora LNG project still in the works

Bevan Hamilton | The Northern View | May 3 2017

Nexen Energy representatives gave Port Edward council an update on the Aurora LNG project.

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Letter to the Editor Re: Aurora LNG Project Still in the Works

The Northern View | May 3 2017

This is a letter to the editor from a Dodge Cove resident in response to a story in the Northern View regarding the Aurora LNG project proceeding.

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Will B.C. LNG Exports Reduce Global Carbon Pollution?

Josha MacNab | Huff Post | May 2 2017

The claim that B.C. LNG will result in emissions reductions in China is one that British Columbians have heard repeatedly over the past four years. The story by now should be familiar: producing and

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How Safe Is LNG? Not as Safe as the BC Government Has Claimed

Andrew Nikiforuk | The Tyee | April 28 2017

New studies and past incidents raise questions about location standards and safety.

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Study shows methane released by oil and gas operations in B.C. higher than reported

Chris Newton | Energetic City | April 26 2017

A new study conducted by the David Suzuki Foundation in partnership with St. Francis Xavier University estimates that methane emissions from B.C. oil and natural gas operations are at least two and a

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Federal scientist has proof: fracking by Petronas-owned company caused a big B.C. earthquake

Erin Ellis | National Observer | April 12 2017

The largest earthquake yet detected in British Columbia’s northeastern shale gas region was conclusively caused by fracking from Progress Energy Inc. in August 2015, says a federal scientist whose

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Fact Check: Promises, promises — last election’s ‘epic fail’

Eric Rankin & Justin McElroy | CBC News | April 11 2017

Experts say the biggest election promise of B.C.'s 2013 campaign — LNG — holds lessons for voters in 2017.

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Shell officially shelves plans to build Prince Rupert LNG project

Kelly Cryderman | The Globe and Mail | March 10 2017

Royal Dutch Shell PLC has officially shelved its plans to build the Prince Rupert LNG project, which had been planned for Ridley Island in British Columbia.

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Pacific NorthWest LNG mulls co-operation with Shell for northern B.C. facilities

The Globe and Mail | Bret Jang | March 2 2017

A liquefied natural gas consortium is exploring ways to build docking facilities off Ridley Island in a move that would require the co-operation of a rival in northern British Columbia.

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‘The tide has turned against them’: B.C. LNG projects likely stranded beyond 2020 amid global glut

Jesse Snyder | Financial Post | February 22 2017

A new report suggests LNG prices will remain low well beyond 2020, further eroding Canada’s ambitions to become a prominent exporter of the super-cooled gas in coming years.

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Les Leyne: LNG dream lives on, at least in government

Les Layne | Times Colonist | February 21 2017

A lot of entities and individuals operate on the assumption that the liquefied-natural-gas vision for B.C. is dormant or defunct.

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B.C. signs LNG benefits deals with First Nations on proposed Petronas project

The Canadian Press | February 15 2017

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