Petronas backed LNG megaproject in BC scrapped
The decision to cancel the development boiled down to simple economics, the Malaysian energy giant says.
Shell to proceed with BC energy plans despite political uncertainty
Will maintain production in the Montney region, move toward final investment decision on Kitimat LNG decision.
First Nation gives nod to proposed Vancouver Island LNG export facility
First in BC to approve the co-management of the development of a LNG facility.
BC signs LNG benefits deals with First Nations on proposed Petronas project
Agreements are tied to the project proceeding, include the transfer of about 3,000 hectares of land and almost $145 million.
Woodfibre to proceed with BC’s first LNG project
$1.6-billion development expected to create 650 jobs during construction, 100 operational jobs.
Feds defend Pacific NorthWest LNG project
Two First Nations and an environmental group have filed separate applications for judicial review on Oct. 27.
LNG still an opportunity for extraction industry despite lower prices
Long term expansion is expected, but developing opportunities will require investment.
Petronas not considering sale of proposed BC LNG terminal
The federal government has given the $36 billion Pacific NorthWest LNG project conditional approval.
Alberta gas producer, BC LNG export project developer join forces
Partners will explore pipeline development and open new overseas markets for natural gas.
Government seeking out foreign workers for LNG projects
Briefing note from labour ministry suggests Canadians will be first in line for LNG jobs.
Study casts doubts about enviro benefits of LNG export industry
LNG would reduce carbon emissions in parts of Asia, but would likely increase them in other potential markets.
Dark clouds growing over BC LNG industry after LNG Canada delay
LNG Canada put the brakes on its Kitimat project because of weak global prices.
LNG Canada delays decision on Kitimat project
Partners blames drop in natural gas prices for the delay, which it says has made the project too expensive for now.
Natural gas exports to continue decline as US increases production
Despite drop in exports, study notes Canada could still be a net exporter of natural gas 20 years from now.
Veresen selling New York State hydroelectric plant for US$61M
Deal expected to close in Q3.
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.
TransCanada gets final permits for Coastal GasLink pipeline to Kitimat
Pipeline would link natural gas fields in northeastern BC to LNG export terminal on BC coast.
BC NDP urge federal body to withhold LNG approval
Opposition says Pacific NorthWest project doesn’t meet First Nations, environmental approval conditions.
BC LNG decision faces 90 day delay for environmental review
Federal government wants developers to take more time to clarify pollution-reduction and construction plans.
BC LNG minister says ‘we’re not afraid’ of federal environmental tests
Federal changes will likely include tests to determine impacts on GHG emissions.
West Coast LNG projects could proceed in 2016 despite low prices
Environmental approvals, permits and First Nations support is falling into place for up to 20 LNG projects in BC.
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.
Tsawwassen First Nation launches plans for LNG export plant
Proposed facility would produce up to five million tonnes of LNG annually.
Company pleads guilty in death of 7,500 birds, ordered to pay $750K
Canaport LNG LP was originally charged with three violations in October 2014.
BC LNG industry will increase fracking caused earthquakes
Expert suggests drilling activity in BC will increase five-fold by 2020 – up to 2,100 wells per year.
NEB OKs Goldboro project to export LNG from NS terminal
The 20-year licences will allow the company to import gas from the US and ship it to Europe.
Squamish Nation postpones vote on Woodfibre LNG facility
Unprecedented environmental review continues with project backers including Woodfibre LNG, FortisBC and the province.
Cape Breton LNG project gets US export approval
Approval would authorize Bear Head LNG Corp.to bring up to 440 billion cubic feet per year of US natural gas to Canada.
Canada needs LNG export options to avoid decline in production: CAPP
Traditional markets are being supplied by new, abundant sources of shale gas.
BC finance minister tables legal blueprint for $36B LNG plant deal
Province’s law provides Pacific NorthWest LNG with 25-year assurances specific to LNG-related income.
Sysgaz reveals plans for Quebec renewable LNG plant distribution network
$85 million project includes six liquefaction plants with a production capacity of approximately 75 tons per day.