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716 dormant wells targeted in latest round of cleanup funding

716 dormant wells targeted in latest round of cleanup funding

Fifty-three B.C.-based oil and gas field service companies are being awarded $50-million in funding clean up more than 700 dormant oil and gas sites, the province announced Thursday.
B.C. government unveils hydrogen strategy

B.C. government unveils hydrogen strategy

B.C. hydrogen strategy follows release of federal strategy in December
'Steer the market': Study finds $23B in federal, provincial pipeline support

'Steer the market': Study finds $23B in federal, provincial pipeline support

Taxpayer dollars are heavily distorting Canada's financial marketplace in favour of fossil fuel pipelines, new research suggests.

Competition Bureau seeks to block Secure Energy's purchase of rival Tervita

OTTAWA — The Competition Bureau is seeking to block Secure Energy Services Inc. from buying rival Tervita Corp. because of what it says is the deal's potential to drive up prices for industrial waste services in the oil and gas sector.
Liberals say by 2035 all new cars, light-duty trucks sold in Canada will be electric

Liberals say by 2035 all new cars, light-duty trucks sold in Canada will be electric

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is speeding up its goal for when it wants to see all light-duty vehicles sold in Canada to be electric.
Hydrogen fuelling station coming to northeast B.C.

Hydrogen fuelling station coming to northeast B.C.

A fleet of 65 heavy-duty trucks will be making the switch from diesel to hydrogen in northeast B.C., the province said Monday.
Why isn't B.C. electrifying natural gas pipelines?

Why isn't B.C. electrifying natural gas pipelines?

Extensive electrification in northeast B.C. could reduce sector GHGs by 60%
Trans Mountain tree cutting can resume as stop-work order on pipeline route lifts

Trans Mountain tree cutting can resume as stop-work order on pipeline route lifts

CALGARY — A federal regulator has lifted a stop-work order on tree cutting and grass mowing along the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project route.
Northern Lights College, UNBC share in indigenous education grants

Northern Lights College, UNBC share in indigenous education grants

$140,000 granted to three post-secondary schools
Oil and gas 'restoration economy' underway in B.C., says OGC

Oil and gas 'restoration economy' underway in B.C., says OGC

Work to reclaim oil and gas sites in B.C. is exceeding new drilling due to provincial regulations and an injection of federal money, the PRRD heard last week