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Anti-dumping duty threatens LNG Canada project

The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | October 30 2017

A hefty anti-dumping duty imposed by Canada against imports of industrial modules threatens to crush plans by Royal Dutch Shell PLC to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in British Columbia.

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Wharf project still on hold

Kitimat Northern Sentinel | Gerry Liebel | October 28 2017

LNG Canada says that while the contract to build a wharf both it and Rio Tinto will use has been awarded to a Dutch company, construction will only go ahead if and when it makes a decision to proceed

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Federal appeal for Lelu Island case

Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | October 25 2017

Legal activity over representation of Lelu Island continues to simmer in the federal system.

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Regional district briefs: Aurora LNG demobilizes

Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | October 24 2017

Nexen Energy asks for more time to close out of its project on Digby Island

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LNG industry a key challenge for British Columbia’s new climate council

The Globe and Mail | Ian Bailey | October 24 2017

How to reconcile Premier John Horgan's desire to grow B.C.'s liquefied natural gas industry with his Environment Minister's pledge to hold the line on greenhouse gas emissions will be a key challenge

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Small Canadian LNG project delayed to 2018 as costs bite

Reuters | Julie Gordon | October 24 2017

A construction decision on a small-scale liquefied natural (LNG) gas export terminal on British Columbia’s coast has been pushed back to 2018, as Woodfibre LNG Ltd works to make its C$1.6 billion

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‘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

Members of the Tsimshian First Nation have raised a new totem pole on Lelu Island in northwest B.C. to assert their stewardship over the land and celebrate the cancelation of a controversial

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Premier John Horgan visits Kitimat and Prince Rupert

CFTK News | Corey Callaghan | October 22 2017

Premier John Horgan made his first visit to the northwest since taking office.

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VIDEO and story: Totem pole raised on Lelu after LNG project falls

The Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | October 21 2017

More than 100 people came to the pole raising on Lelu Island after the end of Pacific NorthWest LNG

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Cancelled $36B LNG project was ‘wake-up call’ to industry, says energy exec

CBC News | October 12 2017

Plentiful cheap natural gas is no guarantee that a Canadian LNG export industry will develop, says an executive with Progress Energy Canada, a division of Malaysia's state-owned Petronas, which

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Work camp west of Tchesinkut Lake

Houston Today | Flavio Nienow | October 4 2017

How will TransCanada’s proposed camp impact Burns Lake?

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Hereditary leader files court appeal in LNG energy development case

The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | October 9 2017

A B.C. hereditary tribal leader is asking the Federal Court of Appeal to allow his legal battle to protect an island and salmon habitat against being targeted for energy development.

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Case dismissed over Lelu Island

Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | October 6 2017

Federal judge finds the appliant failed to provide evidence of community support

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Petronas ‘committed’ to North Montney

Alaska Highway News | October 5 2017

Petronas is reaffirming its commitment to the North Montney after putting a significant number of its assets in northern Alberta up for sale.

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BC Hydro says three LNG companies continue to demand electricity, justifying Site C

The Financial Post | Geoffrey Morgan | October 4 2017

Despite recent project cancellations, BC Hydro still expects three LNG projects — and possibly a fourth, which is undergoing a feasibility study — will need power from its controversial and

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Petronas puts land, gas plants and pipelines up for sale after killing LNG project in B.C.

The Financial Post | October 4 2017

BMO Capital Markets says it has been hired by Progress Energy to assist with the sale of production lands, gas plants and an extensive pipeline network in Alberta.

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Q&A with Andrew Weaver: The Future of B.C. Energy Beyond Site C and LNG

De Smog Canada | Christopher Pollon | September 29 2017

B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver was never a big fan of LNG, he says, because he never thought the BC Liberal plan for a multi-billion domestic natural gas export industry was even possible. But

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TransCanada grilled over local hiring in northern B.C.

BC Local News | September 27 2017

TransCanada representatives were grilled over their verbal assurance of prioritizing local employees for the proposed Coastal GasLink pipeline by the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako (RDBN) board

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New Government and B.C.’s Natural Gas: What Changes are Coming Down the Pipe?

De Smog Canada | Christopher Pollon | September 26 2017

For years, Nexen's Aurora project envisioned transforming Digby island near Prince Rupert into a sprawling $20 billion LNG plant shipping 24 million tonnes of liquified B.C. natural gas to Asia.

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Canada did not miss LNG boat: LNG Canada CEO

Business in Vancouver | Nelson Bennett | September 22 2017

A $40 billion liquefied natural gas plant proposed for Kitimat is still very much alive, says the CEO of LNG Canada, but senior governments may need to address tax competitiveness before Shell and

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Kitimat patiently waits for its gas boom as global LNG markets head towards balance

Financial Post | Geoffrey Morgan | September 21 2017

Despite multiple liquefied natural gas project cancellations recently on Canada’s West Coast in recent weeks, the mayor of Kitimat, B.C. is still confident at least one will be built in his town

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Pipeline ‘man camps’ loom over B.C.‘s Highway of Tears

The National Observer | Brandi Morin | September 21 2017

Nak'azdli Whut'en First Nation is nestled on the banks of Stuart Lake in north-central British Columbia, surrounded by rolling foothills and tall trees.

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China’s CNOOC cancels Aurora LNG project in B.C.

The Globe and Mail | Brent Jang | September 14 2017

China's CNOOC Ltd. has cancelled a liquefied natural gas project planned for northwest British Columbia.

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B.C.’s Last Climate ‘Leadership’ Plan Was Written in Big Oil’s Boardroom (Literally)

DeSmog Canada | Shannon Daub & Zoe Kunker | September 18 2017

Newly uncovered documents obtained through Freedom of Information requests reveal the cozy relationship between the fossil fuel industry and the last B.C. government went even further than suspected

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Analyzing the LNG industry in BC as another company bails

News 1130 | Martin MacMahon | September 17 2017

Last week, another blow was delivered to BC’s LNG industry when the partners behind the $28 billion Aurora LNG project pulled the plug after four years of analysis.

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Reaction as Aurora LNG Gets Out of Dodge Cove

CFTK News | Corey Callaghan | September 15 2017

The news of Aurora LNG getting out of Dodge Cove was a surprise for the most part for resident Des Nobles.

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B.C. government should look hard at Chevron’s human rights record

The National Observer | Amy Anne Lubik | September 11 2017

Many British Columbians breathed a sigh of relief recently when Petronas pulled plans to build the Pacific Northwest LNG plant, meant to compress fracked gas for shipment to Asian markets.

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Which LNG projects are left in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert Northern View | Shannon Lough | September 6 2017

A quick review of what LNG projects remain after Pacific NorthWest LNG was cancelled

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What’s Up with LNG in B.C.? Three Things You Need to Know

DeSmog Canada | Maximilian Kniewasser & Stephen Hui | August 30 2017

Under Premier John Horgan and the NDP, British Columbia’s government is no longer promoting liquefied natural gas exports as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to snag 100,000 jobs, a $100-billion

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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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