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Shell unveils gas plant

Shell Gas unveiled its new Saturn 1 Plant to company executives during a commissioning tour on Tuesday, cutting the ribbon on what was described as the first of many "milestones" in the company's massive Groundbirch natural-gas project.

LNG takes new step forward

Liquid natural gas development in British Columbia took another step forward Friday as Pacific NorthWest LNG submitted an export application with Canada's National Energy Board (NEB).

Bringing life to a ghost town

How does a ghost town become revitalized? Krishnan Suthanthiran thinks he has the answer.

Major announcements at LNG conference

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark was full of big announcements on the first day of the first international conference solely discussing the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry that is expected to be an economic boon for the province.

Drilling season strong and steady

Steady is the word Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) president and CEO Mark Salkeld uses again and again when talking about the year ahead in the Canadian oil patch. PSAC updated their drilling activity forecast for 2013 on Jan.

Phase 2 ready to go

Natural gas processing plant in Dawson Creek prepares for next step

Natural gas may bring in boom: report

British Columbia is on the brink of realizing tremendous economic gains from its natural gas industry, but that is largely tied to the continuing development of the Alberta oil sands and the success of the burgeoning liquefied natural gas business in