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In split decision, Supreme Court says the federal carbon price is constitutional

In split decision, Supreme Court says the federal carbon price is constitutional

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada says the federal carbon price is entirely constitutional.
B.C. mining innovation road map launched

B.C. mining innovation road map launched

Problems posed by mining drives high-tech sector innovation
Pipeline for LNG Canada hits pandemic speedbump

Pipeline for LNG Canada hits pandemic speedbump

Finishing the $17 billion LNG Canada plant in Kitimat and the associated $6.6 billion Coastal GasLink pipeline on time and on budget promises to be one of the challenges facing LNG Canada’s new CEO, Peter Zebedee, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
New northeast B.C. water research program will gather scientific and indigenous knowledge

New northeast B.C. water research program will gather scientific and indigenous knowledge

A new water research program will gather Western science and Indigenous knowledge data to increase understanding of water quality and water quantity in the Peace region, says Geoscience BC.
MP Zimmer blasts Liberals for vote against Keystone XL study

MP Zimmer blasts Liberals for vote against Keystone XL study

The federal committee tasked with studying Canada’s natural resources has voted against a motion to study the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Northern B.C. First Nations pitch NGL plant

Northern B.C. First Nations pitch NGL plant

The Lheidli T’enneh Nation and McLeod Lake Indian Band have partnered up with Formula Capital Corporation on a plan to develop a natural gas liquids extraction plant near Summit Lake north of Prince George.
Half of B.C.’s orphan well sites decommissioned

Half of B.C.’s orphan well sites decommissioned

The BC Oil and Gas Commission says it has decommissioned more than half of the province's 770 orphan well sites.
Clarke Lake geothermal drilling to start in June

Clarke Lake geothermal drilling to start in June

The Fort Nelson First Nation says federal funding has been secured for the Clarke Lake geothermal project, with the first well planned to be drilled in June 2021. Site preparation work is underway, the First Nation said in an update Feb. 12.
Summer students wanted for gas plants

Summer students wanted for gas plants

AltaGas says it is looking to hire four power engineering students this summer to help with their Townsend and North Pine facilities.
ARC Resources, Seven Generations Energy announce merger

ARC Resources, Seven Generations Energy announce merger

ARC Resources Ltd. and Seven Generations Energy Ltd. announced Wednesday a strategic combination of the two Montney producers.