Plans beyond the next few years do not meet the AER’s requirements and government policy.
Will maintain production in the Montney region, move toward final investment decision on Kitimat LNG decision.
The $1.35 billion CO2 capture and storage project transforms carbon emissions into near-liquid that’s pumped into porous rock formations.
Current vice-president of unconventionals and North America for Shell has been tapped as the company’s new leader effective Jan. 1.
NDP government plans to move away from what it sees as costly, ineffective technology.
Energy producer wants to refine project design and retender some contracts.
Energy company was monitoring air quality when tests revealed sulphur dioxide levels were below guidelines.
The BC LNG Developers Alliance wants planned gas terminals treated as manufacturing operations to gain tax concessions.
The energy giant says the cost savings of the approach will add up to about $20 million a year.
It’s not known when the problem at the refinery will be solved.
The heavy oil project is expected to produce about 80,000 barrels of bitumen per day using steam recovery methods.
TransCanada rebutts latest salvo from the rocker that Keystone oil would go to “dirtiest” country on earth (China).
Environmental effects from Shell’s output increase would cause damage that couldn’t be fixed, report concludes.
The swap sees each company now controlling an unbroken chunk of land, rather than isolated pieces.
Shell agrees to abandon plans to drill for coalbed methane.