BC Natural Gas & LNG News

Stopping the fossil fuel juggernaut in its tracks by Derrick O’Keefe, posted on the Vancouver Observer

British Columbia is currently facing an unprecedented fossil fuel juggernaut. Tar sands pipelines, Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and the expanded fracking that goes with it, ramped up coal exports — it’s all coming at us at breakneck speed. It’s going to take an enormous social movement to stop them. [Read More…]  

B.C. Hydro awaits Site C dam decision by Justine Hunter, posted on The Globe and Mail

As early as this week, B.C. Hydro will learn whether it has cleared its biggest hurdle for its proposed Site C dam. The Crown corporation has already spent in excess of $300-million preparing the project as it waits for the conclusion of an environmental review. [Read More…]  

Tax cheaters still prospering byt Dean Beeby, posted on InfoTel

After a three-year effort, the Canada Revenue Agency has failed to produce a new national strategy to combat the underground economy — despite repeated requests to do so from cash-starved provinces. [Read More…]  

U.S. LNG export can have large impact overseas by Brent Jang, posted on The Globe & Mail

For the United States, the road to helping Ukraine solve its energy crisis runs through Asia. Six U.S. liquefied natural gas projects are in their early stages, and American lawmakers are urging the Obama administration to fast-track more LNG proposals. [Read More…]  

Russian LNG projects emerging as key competitors for B.C. by Gary Lamphier, posted on the Edmonton Journal

The global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market will have to grapple with rising rupplies and lower prices by the end of the decade, just as the first of British Columbia’s LNG projects are likely to come onstream. [Read More…]  

Fort Nelson mayor calls LNG summit expulsion ‘exploitation,’ apologizes, posted on the Times Colonist

The mayor of Fort Nelson, B.C., has issued a public apology to provincial bureaucrats and gas industry officials expelled from a First Nations summit on liquefied natural gas, saying there is too much at stake for his community to keep silent.  [Read More…]  

Ferus Natural Gas Fuels purchases Encana’s stake in Alberta LNG plant, posted on Hydrocarbon Processing

Ferus Natural Gas Fuels has completed the purchase of Encana’s 50% interest in the 190,000-liter/day LNG production facility in Elmworth, Alberta, while also retaining key Encana technical and management personnel.  [Read More…]  

Keystone XL: Delays haven’t soured Imperial Oil on project by Lauren Krugel, posted on Canadian Manufacturing

One of Canada’s largest oilsands producers isn’t soured on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, despite news that the US$5.4-billion project has been delayed yet again. [Read More…]    

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