Chevron looking to sell its 50% stake in its Kitimat LNG project
Lower long-term prices for oil and natural gas will reduce the value of its assets.
BC to introduce clean climate plan as carbon emitting LNG grows
Even with $40 billion LNG export terminal at Kitimat, Horgan claims government would still meet its emissions reduction targets.
Economy and environment go hand in hand: natural resources minister
Sohi says government has a responsibility to reduce Canada’s dependency on the US for oil and gas.
LNG Canada project in BC gets final shareholder approval
$40-billion joint venture that includes a gas liquefaction plant in Kitimat.
Shell’s shift from LNG raising doubts about Kitimat project
Announcement could mean further delay development of LNG Canada.
AltaGas partner Idemitsu shelves work on Triton LNG project
JV partners had expected Triton to export about 2.3 million tonnes of LNG a year to Asia.
Kitimat workers launch health and safety petition
Unifor wants Rio Tinto to address “unacceptable” working conditions at BC smelter.
Coastal GasLink pipeline project gets OK from two more BC First Nations
670-kilometre pipeline would bring natural gas from northeastern BC to an export facility on the central coast.
NEB OK’s 40 year natural gas export licence for LNG Canada
LNG Canada will be allowed to export up to 1,494-billion cubic metres of liquefied natural gas from Kitimat, BC terminal.
Shell-led JV gets key permit for Kitimat, BC LNG facility
Facility would initially consist of two processing units, each with the capacity to produce 6.5 million tonnes of LNG annually.
Liberals would put a price on carbon, Trudeau says
Wants to formalize moratorium on tanker traffic in northern BC to protect marine coastal areas and boost international trade.
Union files in court to limit toxic emissions from Rio Tinto smelter
Union says project will increase SO2 emissions from to 42 tonnes per day.
Apache sells stake in 2 LNG projects for $2.75B
BC Natural Gas Minister Rich Coleman said deal will strengthen the Kitimat LNG project.
Proposed BC LNG project to cost up to $40B
LNG Canada joint-venture says its Kitimat export facility would produce up to $39 billion in tax revenues over its lifespan.
Prentice says he will ‘do what needs to be done’ to get into Asia
Alberta premier identifies Northern Gateway and BC’s Kitimat tanker port as keys to lucrative oil export markets.
BC Hydro and LNG Canada sign power deal
Project decision still not final.
Kitimat airshed can accommodate oil and gas, smelter industries: report
Environmentalists have expressed concerns about emissions from the proposed LNG plants in Kitimat.
Triton partnership approved for 25-year LNG export licence
Liquefaction terminal would ship gas from Kitimat or Prince Rupert.
Federal report: diluted oil sands bitumen sinks when mixed with sediments
When free of sediments, the molasses-like crude floats even after evaporation and exposure to light.
Black wants federal loan guarantees for proposed Kitimat refinery
They would enable his company Kitimat Clean Ltd. to secure loans at a lower cost.
Clark meets with northern leaders about LNG revenue sharing
Revenue sharing deal discussed involving LNG development in the north.
Federal panel to hear final Northern Gateway pitches
Enbridge is the first to presenter for the pipeline from Alberta to BC’s coast.
Small leak from Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline is contained
Company wants to almost triple the line’s capacity and also ship heavier diluted bitumen.
BC’s gas export plans compare to Alberta’s oil sands: Clark
Huge royalties on the horizon, new customers beyond the US.
Northern Gateway hearings continue in Prince Rupert
Pipeline panel heads to Prince Rupert, where participants will be questioned under oath about enviro and socio effects of Kitimat’s marine terminal.
Clark, Redford won’t budge on West Coast pipeline talks
BC and Alberta premiers resume pipeline talks, but claim to have very little progress.
BC media mogul enters the Northern Gateway fray
David Black hopes to build a $13 billion refinery to export processed fuels rather than raw oilsands bitumen to Asia.
LNG power plant threatens BC’s emissions targets
At least one of the BC government’s three proposed liquefied natural gas plants in Kitimat is to be powered with greenhouse gas-emitting natural gas.
Another claim staked on Asia-Pacific LNG exports
Encana is acquiring a 30% stake in the planned Kitimat liquefied natural gas export terminal on BC’s coast, which will provide a gateway to the promising Asia-Pacific markets.