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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.
More than 1,500 Peace residents on EI after Trudeau eligibility extension

More than 1,500 Peace residents on EI after Trudeau eligibility extension

FSJ hasn't had 1,000 EI claimants in data going back to 1997
Geoscience BC to compile atlas of gas deposits

Geoscience BC to compile atlas of gas deposits

Geoscience BC has embarked on the first project of its kind in B.C. to sample and profile natural gas from producing wells in the northeastern part of the province. The information will improve understanding of where natural gas liquids are located.
PRHP shortlisted for powerhouse, spillway work

PRHP shortlisted for powerhouse, spillway work

Peace River Hydro Partners is one of four teams that have been shortlisted by BC Hydro to build the generating station and spillways for the Site C dam.
‘Revival’: meet the Sunday school teacher & coalman putting Tumbler Ridge back to work

‘Revival’: meet the Sunday school teacher & coalman putting Tumbler Ridge back to work

Tumbler Ridge has struggled with double-digit unemployment since its mines closed. A coal company that's big on faith looks set to turn the town around
AltaGas, Painted Pony, cut ribbon at Townsend facility

AltaGas, Painted Pony, cut ribbon at Townsend facility

AltaGas officially opened its Townsend facility at a special ceremony on Sept. 14. Company executives for both AltaGas and Painted Pony Petroleum were joined by special guests and dignitaries, including Fort St.
NEB goes live with pipeline approval tracker

NEB goes live with pipeline approval tracker

New online searchable database offers easy chick-ins on pipeline approval conditions