LNG

B.C.'s LNG minister predicts northern coast LNG decision by mid-2017

British Columbia's minister of natural gas development is offering an optimistic prediction about the future of the proposed $36-billion Pacific NorthWest LNG project on B.C.'s northern coast. Rich...

LNG Canada delay means dark clouds growing over industry in B.C.: expert

LNG Canada's decision to put the project in Kitimat on hold amid weak global prices isn't surprising, but it adds to the pessimistic mood around the future of the sector in B.C..

Our new climate denial is even more dangerous

Globally, it appears we’ve just been through a record hot April. It followed a record hot March. Which followed a record hot February, after a record hot January, and so on for the last year. Not...

Fracking and LNG Projects: What is really at stake for our long term health?

In March 2016, the Woodfibre Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processing project was approved, granted with some conditions.There is a great deal of worry from scientists about the health...

Clark battles B.C.'s 'forces of No,' on LNG, trade deal; says she's no quitter

First Nations leaders rapidly fire back premier, denouncing her comments as "paternalistic" and "mindless."

Tsawwassen First Nation members vote against proposed LNG facility

DELTA, Canada — Environmental concerns appear to have dashed plans for a liquefied-natural-gas project on the land of a pro-development First Nation near Vancouver, says the chief. Of the 139...
Premier Christy Clark Delta Tilbury LNG plant construction - Mychaylo Prystupa

Clark inches LNG forward with new plant near Vancouver

Premier Christy Clark signed the inside of a giant LNG plant under construction to ink not just her name, but also progress on the province’s beleaguered liquefied natural gas push in B.C., hard hit...
The Atco "construction village" in Kitimat's LNG development zone houses 1,500 w

Premier Clark's claims of thousands of LNG jobs 'grossly overstated' — CCPA report

Majority of LNG-based jobs will be short-term construction positions, says CCPA senior economist.
RCMP access request denied by Freda Huson

Conflict escalates as LNG pushes Unist'ot'en for land access

'We're blocking pipelines; we're not blocking everyone,' says Unist’ot’en Camp spokesperson Freda Huson.
Lelu Island photo by Robin Rowland/Canadian Press

Corporate tax-protection act passes, paving way for B.C.’s first LNG project

Petronas has yet to make its final investment decision on the proposed US$36 billion project near Prince Rupert.
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