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Woodfibre inks deal to sell LNG

Woodfibre inks deal to sell LNG

Chinese company to purchase liquefied natural gas for 25 years starting 2020
Federal decision on Pacific NorthWest LNG expected this summer

Federal decision on Pacific NorthWest LNG expected this summer

The federal government expects its decision on whether to approve Pacific NorthWest LNG to come by "mid- to late summer," according to a report from Bloomberg News.
OGC issues final approvals for Coastal GasLink

OGC issues final approvals for Coastal GasLink

TransCanada Corporation says it has received the last of the permits it needs from the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission to build and operate the Coastal GasLink pipeline.
Q&A: Premier Christy Clark

Q&A: Premier Christy Clark

Premier Christy Clark was in Fort St. John Wednesday, April 20, to deliver a speech at a LNG rally in Centennial Park, get an update on the wildfire situation in the region, and meet with municipal mayors.
Governments need better understanding of Canadian LNG challenges, conference told

Governments need better understanding of Canadian LNG challenges, conference told

Provincial taxation and regulatory uncertainty could derail the Canadian West Coast LNG industry before it gets off the ground despite the massive upstream resource, a shale gas conference heard Tuesday. “The B.C.
'Let us help': Premier Christy Clark stirs LNG supporters at Fort St. John rally

'Let us help': Premier Christy Clark stirs LNG supporters at Fort St. John rally

British Columbians are ready and have the power to help the world cut emissions, create jobs and fill the government treasuries with the development of a liquefied natural gas industry, Premier Christy Clark told a throng of supporters in Fort St.
Oregon LNG project to cease operations; gas was to be sourced from Canada

Oregon LNG project to cease operations; gas was to be sourced from Canada

The export market for Canadian natural gas took a hit this week as Oregon LNG announced it will cease operations. Proponent Leucadia National Corporation said in a statement Monday that it is cutting off funding to the $6-billion project.
Two more First Nations sign agreements over Prince Rupert pipeline

Two more First Nations sign agreements over Prince Rupert pipeline

The Takla Lake First Nation and the McLeod Lake Indian Band have signed project agreements with TransCanada over the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) project, the company announced this week.
'Bad to worse': LNG group calls Progress Energy cuts 'alarming'

'Bad to worse': LNG group calls Progress Energy cuts 'alarming'

Gas driller will cut billions amid delays on Pacific NorthWest LNG
Progress to cut capital spending to $500M as Pacific NorthWest LNG delay drags on

Progress to cut capital spending to $500M as Pacific NorthWest LNG delay drags on

Progress Energy plans to cut billions in capital expenditures over the next several years as it continues to wait for a decision from the federal government on Pacific NorthWest LNG.