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B.C. energy minister left impressed by first Site C tour

B.C. energy minister left impressed by first Site C tour

$16-billion hydroelectric megaproject tracking on new budget and timeline, Ralston says
Producers facing more challenges than just weather this spring

Producers facing more challenges than just weather this spring

Price of fuel and B.C.'s carbon tax cutting into the bottom line: "Between incredibly high fertilizer prices, fuel prices, parts prices, and seed, we’re going to be spending in the area of $6000 per hour. We’ve never spent this kind of money before.”
Fort St. John gas prices on the move

Fort St. John gas prices on the move

Have you got your gas relief rebate yet?
Energy crisis in Europe renews optimism for Canadian LNG projects

Energy crisis in Europe renews optimism for Canadian LNG projects

B.C.'s clean LNG touted as important decarbonization tool, and economic tool in reconciliation with First Nations
Canadian Association of Energy Contractors raises drilling forecast for the year

Canadian Association of Energy Contractors raises drilling forecast for the year

CALGARY — The Canadian Association of Energy Contractors is raising its forecast for oil and natural gas drilling following what it said was a robust first quarter due to stronger than expected oil and gas prices.
Suncor uninterested in selling Petro-Canada, CEO says despite shareholder pressure

Suncor uninterested in selling Petro-Canada, CEO says despite shareholder pressure

CALGARY — Suncor Energy Inc. is not interested in selling off its Petro-Canada retail network, the oil giant's chief executive said Tuesday, in spite of pressure from an aggressive activist investor. Speaking publicly for the first time since U.S.
Prince Rupert to welcome Ruby Princess, 45,000-plus additional tourists

Prince Rupert to welcome Ruby Princess, 45,000-plus additional tourists

Princess Cruises expected to more than quadruple the number of cruise ship visitors to the northern B.C. city
Northern B.C. communities lobby for fairer vehicle insurance rates

Northern B.C. communities lobby for fairer vehicle insurance rates

Resolution to be brought forward to UBCM convention in September
Northeast B.C. unemployment pushes up to 4.8%

Northeast B.C. unemployment pushes up to 4.8%

Unemployment has been too low to report since December
BC Hydro's anti-gas meme childish and out of line, say local MLAs

BC Hydro's anti-gas meme childish and out of line, say local MLAs

"You don’t see the natural gas industry out there saying, 'Screw hydro’, whatever the meme might look like ... Their joke fell flat, and was written by someone who has no understanding of the integrated resource sector of B.C.”