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The Tyee | Ben Parfitt | April 2 2018
Despite risks, managers refused to provide information as election loomed.
The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | April 1 2018
Shell Canada Ltd. is making plans to exploit natural gas holdings in the Groundbirch and Cutbank Ridge plays in northeastern BC to supply their proposed LNG Canada facility in Kitimat.
Amy Lubik, Ben Parfitt and Grand Chief Stewart Phillip: Scientific review of hydraulic fracking does
The Province | Amy Lubik, Ben Parfitt & Grand Chief Stewart Phillip | March 27 2018
An international team of scientists has issued a warning about the health impacts of fracking in a recent report that concluded, “Our examination … uncovered no evidence that fracking can be...
Scientific “review” of fracking falls well short of what is needed: full public inquiry required, gr
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives | March 26 2018
A scientific panel appointed by the provincial government to review natural gas industry fracking operations conspicuously avoids tackling human health concerns, which can only be properly addressed...
DeSmog Canada | Carol Linnitt | March 22 2018
The B.C. government unveiled a new natural gas development plan Thursday in an attempt to trigger a final investment deal with LNG Canada, the proponents of B.C.’s largest proposed liquefied...
The Vancouver Sun | Rob Shaw | March 22 2018
Premier John Horgan has offered billions in tax breaks to LNG producers including waiving future increases in the carbon tax, removing the LNG tax, and allowing companies to pay PST on construction...
Business in Vancouver | Nelson Bennett | March 15 2018
LNG Canada has announced that they aim to make a final investment decision and start construction by the end of this year.
CBC News | Andrew Kurjata | March 15 2018
The provincial government has announced its review of fracking practices in BC.
The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | March 7 2018
Australia's Woodside LNG has cancelled their Grassy Point LNG proposal near Prince Rupert stating they will focus on their stake in Kitimat LNG instead.
Business News North | John Tilak, Ernest Scheyder & David French | March 5 2018
Chevron is considering selling their stake in the Kitimat LNG project, citing a global LNG supply glut and political opposition. Petronas is in talks with Chevron after they cancelled their Pacific...
Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | March 1 2018
The court case that Yahaan of the Gitwilgyoots Tribe launched against the federal government's approval of Pacific Northwest LNG's proposal for Lelu Island has been dismissed in the federal court of...
The Squamish Chief | Nelson Bennett | February 27 2018
Shell is predicting an LNG shortage by 2020 and has stated they will be making a final investment decision on their LNG proposal for Kitimat this year. However, LNG buyers are unwilling to sign long...
Houston Today | February 14 2018
The Coastal Gaslink pipeline is proposing to build a work camp 28 kilometres south of Houston.
BC Local News | February 6 2018
The Regional District of Bulkley Nechako raised a number of issues with the Coastal Gaslink pipeline including emergency response, commitments to local hiring, wood fibre utilization, spread of...
DeSmog Canada | Emma Gilchrist | February 5 2018
If you’d met John Werring four years ago, he wouldn’t have been able to tell you what an abandoned gas well looked like.
Alaska Highway News | Nelson Bennett | February 4 2018
LNG Canada has identified two consortiums for the design and construction for their LNG proposal in Kitimat but they are waiting for the issue of tariffs on prefabricated steel components to be...
The Georgia Straight | Martyn Brown | January 27 2018
The saga of what LNG would mean for climate change pollution in BC and globally.
CBC News | January 24 2018
A natural gas company has been fined $235,000 after 14 migratory birds were found dead in one of its containment tanks north of Fort St. John, B.C.
Foreign Policy | Saul Elbein | January 16 2018
The saga of Pacific Northwest LNG.
West Coast Environmental Law Blog | Andrew Gage | January 11 2018
Over the last 15 years, BC’s environmental and public health laws have increasingly turned over these decisions to industry in the name of “professional reliance,” but we think the more...
The Vancouver Sun | Gordon Hoekstra | January 5 2018
Despite the cancellation of the Pacific Northwest LNG project in Prince Rupert, TransCanada is keeping the pipeline that would have fed it alive.
The Times Colonist | Michael D. Reid | December 2 2017
The Malahat LNG project proposed for the Saanich Inlet on Vancouver Island has been cancelled.
Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Rod Link | December 3 2017
The provincial government has responded to the federal government's anti-dumping duties by launching a "competitiveness review of British Columbia’s LNG industry and its capacity to compete...
Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | December 3 2017
Citing market conditions and economic uncertainty, the WCC LNG project is closing its office in Prince Rupert by the end of 2017. Proposed by ExxonMobil, WCC LNG would be located on Lot. 444 near...
Smithers Interior News | Grace Kennedy | November 22 2017
The shipment from Delta, BC was part of a pilot project looking at the long-term feasibility of LNG export.
Houston Today | November 14 2017
The Regional District of Bulkley Nechako has raised a number of issues with the Coastal Gaslink pipeline proposal, including: -ensuring all woodfibre removed for pipeline construction is...
Pregnant women potentially exposed to high levels of benzene in British Columbia: a pilot study rais
Udemnouvelles | November 13 2017
A new study shows pregnant women living near natural-gas "fracking" sites have concentrations of a benzene biomarker in their urine that are over three times higher than other Canadians'.
DeSmog Canada | Ben Parfitt | November 10 2017
The provincial government has ordered Progress Energy to drain virtually all of the water trapped behind two massive dams the company built in violation of key provincial regulations.
Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | October 25 2017
Donald Wesley, also know as Yahaan, has filed an appeal after his case against the approval of Pacific Northwest LNG was dismissed in federal court.
‘Our blood is still on the land’: Tsimshian raise totem pole declaring victory over B.C. LNG project
CBC News | Andrew Kurjata | October 23 2017
The Gitwilgyoots Tribe raised a pole on Lelu Island this weekend to celebrate the end of the Pacific Northwest LNG project and to signify their claim to the land.