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Dawson Creek Oilmen raise stones, give the DC Curling Club 20K

Dawson Creek Oilmen raise stones, give the DC Curling Club 20K

The Dawson Creek Curling Club were the happy recipients of $20,000 draw to the button from the Dawson Creek Oilmen’s Association. The money will hurry hard towards capital asset improvements.
Electrifying gas plants, cutting emissions

Electrifying gas plants, cutting emissions

Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers Manager of Exploration and Production Communications Chris Montgomery says it’s hard to compare how Canada is doing in line with other countries in terms of carbon emissions due to the lack of information o
Community and businesses help Bear Mountain Ski Hill get ready for the winter

Community and businesses help Bear Mountain Ski Hill get ready for the winter

While Bear Mountain Ski Hill is the place to be in the winter, it’s the work put in in summer months it’s up and running smooth during the season.
Peace Region fires back at southern mayors over resource extraction

Peace Region fires back at southern mayors over resource extraction

Board considers how to get the message out on ‘responsible’ extraction of resources
U.S. energy market outlook a sobering read in gas country

U.S. energy market outlook a sobering read in gas country

2017 EIA Energy Outlook shows troubling trends for Canadian natural gas
Drilling activity could rise with AltaGas propane export terminal

Drilling activity could rise with AltaGas propane export terminal

Industry group not so sure
B.C. LNG plans survive bruising year

B.C. LNG plans survive bruising year

It seemed there was nothing but bad news for B.C. LNG in 2016. Until there wasn’t.
Encana busiest gas company in weak year for B.C. oilpatch

Encana busiest gas company in weak year for B.C. oilpatch

Company keeps drilling schedule steady through worst downturn in decades
2016 worst year on record for B.C. oil and gas drilling licences

2016 worst year on record for B.C. oil and gas drilling licences

Province 'confident' oil and gas revenues will improve
Province unveils aggressive plan to electrify B.C. natural gas fields

Province unveils aggressive plan to electrify B.C. natural gas fields

Plan seeks federal support for new power lines; would drive demand for Site C and revive independent power sector