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Construction lobby group joins Resource Municipalities Coalition

Construction lobby group joins Resource Municipalities Coalition

Similar mindsets carry powerful message and a loud voice, ICBA VP says
Encana to spend up to $300M to grow Montney liquids production

Encana to spend up to $300M to grow Montney liquids production

Encana plans to spend between $200 to $300 million in 2017 as it ramps up production of its liquids-rich holdings in the Montney. The company laid out its plans for the basin in a presentation in New York on Oct.
Towerbirch pipeline expansion gets conditional green light

Towerbirch pipeline expansion gets conditional green light

Second layer of consultation will be needed on $439M expansion project
North Pine liquids facility approved

North Pine liquids facility approved

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission has approved a permit for AltaGas to build and operate its proposed North Pine Liquids Separation Facility. AltaGas announced it had received the permit Sept.
Chamber speaker talks importance of professional advice

Chamber speaker talks importance of professional advice

It’s Small Business Month in Canada and the Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce is looking to give local entrepreneurs a pep talk on the importance of expert advice.
Viterra takes over Fort St. John grain elevator operations

Viterra takes over Fort St. John grain elevator operations

Viterra has officially assumed operations of the Fort St. John grain elevator, the company has announced. In a statement on Tuesday, the company said it took over operations of the Fort St. John grain elevator through a lease agreement on Sept. 1.
B.C. brings in $2.1 million at October land sale

B.C. brings in $2.1 million at October land sale

British Columbia brought in more than $2 million for the second month in a row at its Crown petroleum and natural gas rights auction. The province brought in $2.1 million at the Oct.
NEBC Resource Municipalities Coalition looking beyond Pacific NorthWest LNG

NEBC Resource Municipalities Coalition looking beyond Pacific NorthWest LNG

Says there's lots of work left to be done
Despite silver-linings, headwinds remain for local O&G industry

Despite silver-linings, headwinds remain for local O&G industry

Pipeline capacity and aggressive American expansion top challenges, business leaders hear
Progress CEO Culbert to step down at the end of October

Progress CEO Culbert to step down at the end of October

Progress Energy President and CEO Michael Culbert will step down from his daily responsibilities at the end of October as he readies for retirement, the company announced Monday.