Canada’s liquefied natural gas industry expected to create new job opportunities: experts
The report analyzes the economic impact the LNG industry would have across the country
LNG Canada, JGC Fluor to attract more women to skilled trades
Four-week workforce development program aims to recruit, train, support and employ them in construction trades.
China tensions ‘do not play out in our project’: LNG Canada CEO [UPDATED]
$40-billion project is on track to start transporting gas in late 2023.
BC brings in tax credit to help spur liquefied natural gas investment
Will repeal the Liquefied Natural Gas Income Tax Act, which Horgan government says created barriers for investment.
NDP leader Singh defends support for LNG Canada
Candidates are pushing for stronger climate action, concerned about increased emissions from liquefied natural gas project.
BC Oil and Gas Commission warns Coastal GasLink over pipeline construction
Wet’suwet’en allege the Calgary company engaged in construction without an archaeological impact assessment.
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.
Interest in NS LNG projects ramps up as producers look east
Ice-free terminal and infrastructure in place make gives Bear Head project a competitive edge.
Interest in planned NS LNG facility up after investors pull out of BC
Bear Head hopes to become the top choice for producers looking to get landlocked natural gas to markets.
Shell postpones LNG Canada decision as profits plunge
Joint venture will continue to work on the competitiveness of the project.
BC budgets a surplus but no LNG revenue yet
No project has reached a final investment decision.
Petronas LNG still has hurdles to overcome: Clark
BC premier says it needs to ensure market conditions work with suppliers.
BC halves income tax on LNG to 3.5%
Declining prices and increasing construction costs prompted reduction.
Four companies sign deal to develop LNG Canada
But CEO says the agreement doesn’t mean a final decision to build has been made.
Triton partnership approved for 25-year LNG export licence
Liquefaction terminal would ship gas from Kitimat or Prince Rupert.
Explosion rocks Washington LNG plant
Five workers hurt at processing facility, 400 residents evacuated.
LNG would drive BC economy in 2016: Central 1
Credit union calls for growth of more than 4% fired by liquefied natural gas projects.
LNG companies say BC LNG tax may be too high
CAPP sees the plan as a framework, but the rates need more work.
BC’s vision LNG way behind schedule: expert
There are no firm commitments to build terminals, so no revenues by 2017.
BC will not mandate electric powered LNG plants
Energy Minister Bill Bennett will have the choice to use natural gas or electricity.
Oilpatch deals slow amid market uncertainty, foreign investment rules
Ernst & Young study recommends performance improvement programs to boost efficiency.
BC meeting GHG reduction targets, but setting up smokescreen for LNG
Tides Canada report concludes LNG plants will be 300% dirtier than electricity-driven operations.
Clark meets with northern leaders about LNG revenue sharing
Revenue sharing deal discussed involving LNG development in the north.
Canada needs to take advantage of world markets for LNG: Oliver
Serious competition from US, Australia: further delays could be costly
Petronas investing up to $16B in Canadian LNG export facility
TransCanada to build a pipeline to supply the two plants in the west.
Will Canada become an energy superpower?
PwC’s Energy Visions Forum and report says we have the potential.
Plans to increase US exports of LNG stir environment debate
More fracking, higher risks to the public; could drive up costs to manufacturers
AltaGas forms an LNG partnership with Japanese energy company
Idemitsu Kosan and the Calgary company will export to Asian markets.
Progress, Petronas approval vital to LNG expansion
Companies to proceed with the construction of the Lelu Island export facility.
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.
New Encana station to fuel CNG fleets
Encana Natural Gas Inc. has opened a compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Strathmore, Alta. to serve its own natural gas-powered vehicles and to encourage others to switch to the cleaner-burning fuel.
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.