The Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Rod Link | January 20 2018
Kitimat residents are invited to a Jan. 27 townhall to gain the latest updates on planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects here and to learn more about the challenges affecting the industry.
The Globe and Mail | Justine Hunter | January 18 2018
BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver is threatening to bring down the province's six-month-old minority NDP government if Premier John Horgan courts potential investors for a liquefied natural gas...
Prince George Citizen | Frank Peebles | January 18 2018
Proponents of the liquified natural gas industry took the stage Thursday at the final day of B.C. Natural Resources Forum to show unified support for further development.
The Vancouver Sun | Gordon Hoekstra | January 18 2018
TransCanada is forging ahead with a revamped plan to build a $1.4-billion North Montney Mainline gas pipeline despite the death of the LNG project in northwest B.C. that had underpinned its...
Foreign Policy | Saul Elbein | January 16 2018
Exporting British Columbia’s abundant energy resources should have been a slam dunk. How did a multibillion-dollar dream go up in smoke?
The Globe and Mail | Justine Hunter | January 15 2018
ritish Columbia Premier John Horgan is heading off on a trade mission to Asia later this month, hoping to continue with the former BC Liberal government's quest to secure a liquefied natural gas...
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 Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Rod Link | January 8 2018
Even after rehabilitation the current bridge might not cope if LNG goes ahead in Kitimat
Smithers Interior News | Shannon Lough | January 7 2018
Despite the cancellation of the Pacific NorthWest LNG’s project on Lelu Island, the TransCanada Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project is still alive.
The Vancouver Sun | Gordon Hoekstra | January 5 2018
TransCanada continues to keep alive its $6-billion Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project to transport natural gas from northeast B.C. by pipeline to the coast despite uncertain market and economic...
The Vancouver Sun | Derrick Penner | January 4 2018
n a province of mostly rising property assessments, the one-time LNG boom town of Kitimat in British Columbia’s north west is in its third year of assessment deflation as plans to develop...
CBC News | Andrew Kurjata | January 3 2018
While much of B.C. continues to see growth in assessed property values, communities in the province's northeast and northwest saw residential real estate numbers fall in a trend realtors have...
Pipeline News North | January 3 2018
The National Energy Board has set out the schedule for a public hearing on NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.’s application for a variance to the earlier-approved North Montney Mainline.
Brent Jang | The Globe and Mail | December 29 2017
Shell Canada Ltd. says market conditions will dictate when it will make a final investment decision on a $40-billion joint venture to export liquefied natural gas from British Columbia.
The Globe and Mail | Chris Gardner | December 11 2017
Canada just can't seem to get out of our own way when it comes to major infrastructure projects and responsible resource development. Political leaders and bureaucrats keep tripping us up with red...
The Times Colonist | Michael D. Reid | December 2 2017
The Malahat Nation and Steelhead LNG are no longer exploring the possibility of a liquefied natural gas project in the Saanich Inlet.
Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Rod Link | December 3 2017
The provincial government says it recognizes that federal anti-dumping duties would boost the capital costs of LNG plants and infrastructure projects in B.C.
Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | December 3 2017
The LNG project on City of Prince Rupert land is taking another step back to assess its plans.
Smithers Interior News | Grace Kennedy | November 22 2017
FortisBC has made Canada’s first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to China, with a container of natural gas from its Delta storage facility departing Port of Vancouver in the early morning...
Business in Vancouver | Nelson Bennett | November 21 2017
Canadian liquefied natural gas projects face new competitor and new duties on LNG modules
Energetic City | Chris Newton | November 17 2017
TransCanada’s NOVA Gas Transmission division is forecasting that the first LNG exports from the B.C. Coast could be setting sail in ten years’ time.
Houston Today | November 14 2017
Wood fibre utilization and spruce beetle among concerns
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.
Business in Vancouver | Nelson Bennett | November 9 2017
Just three and a half months after Petronas and its partners pulled the plug on a $36 billion liquefied natural gas project in B.C., one of the partners has reappeared in Alaska.
Houston Today | November 7 2017
TransCanada’s Coastal GasLink Pipeline Limited is hoping to amend its proposed pipeline route near Burns Lake.
Vancouver Sun | Ben Parfitt | November 6 2017
Last year, more natural gas was produced in British Columbia than at any point in the past decade.
The Squamish Chief | Steven Chua | November 6 2017
Proponents of liquefied natural gas — including Squamish’s Woodfibre LNG — are speaking against a federal anti-dumping tariff that they say could stifle the industry’s growth in Canada....
DeSmog Canada | Carol Linnitt | November 6 2017
In October, B.C. Premier John Horgan made a visit to the Rio Tinto Alcan smelter on the banks of the Douglas Channel in Kitimat.
The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | October 31 2017
Backers of B.C. liquefied natural gas projects say they will fight Ottawa's anti-dumping duty imposed on imported modules, warning that Canada is at risk of being shut out of the global LNG industry.