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Pattern Development secures final funding for Meikle Wind project

Pattern Development secures final funding for Meikle Wind project

The company building the largest wind energy project in the province, 33 kilometres outside of Tumbler Ridge, said it has been fully financed. Pattern Development began construction on the $456 million Meikle Wind project in April.

Walter Energy mulled Wolverine restart to avoid $11.6M in severance payments

To avoid paying $11.6 million in severance to its laid off employees, Walter Energy considered a temporary recall of unionized workers to mine a seam of coal at its Wolverine Mine, the company's former head of Canadian operations told the B.C.

Work camp policy strangling Hudson's Hope economy: business owners

With a $5 billion natural gas pipeline on its doorstep, Hudson's Hope should be booming.

Carbon-conscious carmakers eye multi-billion dollar Chetwynd gas plant

Blue Fuel Energy’s Sundance Fuels project just got a lot more interesting.

'We think it's our turn': Northwest B.C. wants its own Fair Share

Weeks after Northeast B.C. mayors and the province signed a deal that will pump $1.1 billion in oil and gas revenues into the region, Northwest B.C. local governments are saying they want their fair share.

Spectra challenges $28,000 fine for failing to protect Western Toad habitat

Spectra Energy Transmission faces a $28,000 fine for allegedly failing to protect the habitat of the Western Toad while constructing its Transmission North Expansion project north of Moberly Lake, in the Beryl Prairie area near Butler Ridge Provincia

Northeast B.C. poised for major growth after LNG project gains conditional approval

Pacific NorthWest LNG will invest nearly $36 billion in a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Northern B.C., the company announced Thursday.

First LNG final investment decision could be in the offing

UPDATED: Northeast B.C.

Walmart bringing Supercentre to Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek’s Walmart will join the ranks of the chain's Supercentre locations in either late 2015 or early 2016, spokesperson Alex Roberton confirmed to Alaska Highway News.

AltaGas inches closer to final decision on LNG project in Kitimat

The proponent for a $500 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility is inching closer to making a final investment decision, which could come later this year.
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