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.
Alberta gas producer, BC LNG export project developer join forces
Partners will explore pipeline development and open new overseas markets for natural gas.
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.
Tsawwassen First Nation launches plans for LNG export plant
Proposed facility would produce up to five million tonnes of LNG annually.
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.
AltaGas commits to LNG terminal by 2018
CEO challenges international report that suggests BC’s LNG export prospects have darkened due to weakened demand in Asia.
Prospects for LNG exports have ‘darkened,’ international report says
International Energy Agency predicts Canada won’t have any LNG export projects online by 2020.
BC Liberals use legislature to set stage for LNG, but still no deals
Industry officials have reacted favourably to a 3.5% income tax and emissions standards introduced in the fall legislature.
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.
LNG market shifting in favour of global buyers
There’s more projects chasing buyers than vice versa, complicating the economics of exporting Canadian LNG.
BC premier downplays Petronas threat to pull out of LNG project
Experts say the Malaysian firm’s message should be cause for worry.