Lelu Island, proposed site of Pacific NorthWest LNG facility

B.C. says Petronas is not considering sale of proposed LNG terminal

The British Columbia government says the main stakeholder in a proposed liquefied natural gas export terminal is not considering selling its stake in the multibillion-dollar project. The Ministry of...
BC Premier Christie Clark addresses the LNG in BC Conference, Oct 2015

Study casts doubts about environmental benefits of Canadian LNG export industry

A new study is raising doubts that Canada's ambition to export liquefied natural gas would help reduce carbon emissions abroad — a core justification for developing such an industry. The C.D. Howe...

Protesters ordered to stop construction at proposed LNG site near Prince Rupert

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — The Port of Prince Rupert has ordered opponents of a proposed liquefied natural gas plant to stop constructing a protest camp on Lelu Island on B.C.'s north coast. A notice...

B.C. government, Pacific NorthWest LNG reject reports of Petronas project delay

Federal election and environmental approval are the only wild cards holding up a proposed $36-billion liquefied natural gas plant, says minister.
A fracking operation in B.C. owned by Petronas is blamed for the largest earthqu

4.6-magnitude quake linked to B.C. fracking operation owned by Petronas

Fracking has caused nearly 200 seismic events in an area stretching from the B.C.-Alberta boundary near Dawson Creek to the B.C. Rocky Mountain foothills, according to a report.
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.

CAPP calls for more LNG shipping routes to Asia

Industry association says options are needed for exporting a liquefied form of natural gas by ship, to avoid a decline in production over the coming years.
protest, demonstration, LNG, Woodfibre, Squamish

Summer LNG session a desperate move, say critics

'They threw this Hail Mary pass, it was caught, it landed and now they’re trying to deliver.' — Green Party MLA Andrew Weaver.
Christy Clark, Pope Francis

If the Pope gets climate change, why can't we?

Raffi urges Premier Clark to heed the Pope’s message on climate change.

Opinion: Clark selling out future generations to placate Malaysian oil and gas giant

Christy Clark’s about to drive another nail into the coffin of B.C.’s economic and environmental future. It’s such an unusual move for the B.C. legislature that so far it isn’t even listed on the...