natural gas

Trade mission to China focuses on clean energy and cultural ties

NEWS RELEASE from Office of the Premier and Ministry of International Trade VANCOUVER - Supplying China's growing demand for clean energy technology and celebrating British Columbia's...

B.C. First Nation expects lucrative deal over LNG export plant

First Nations expect a lucrative future from building of Liquefied Natural Gas plants on their lands.

Ontario rejects NDP call for ban on hydraulic fracking to extract natural gas

NDP said Ontario needs to impose a moratorium on fracking before companies exhaust other deposits and come looking for licences to explore for natural gas in this province.
Map of Woodfibre LNG project proposed for Squamish

Public comment period on proposed Squamish LNG plant closes

The federal government held a public comment period on a proposed Squamish LNG plant over the holiday period, leaving concerned community members without a say.

Activists bring fracking rig to Christy Clark's front lawn

If the Premier is so keen on fracking, it will come to to her doorstep, activists say.

Carbon Talks: is climate change the elephant in the room for BC's LNG?

Some are skeptical of provincial and gas industry claims that B.C. must be flexible in its own climate goals to benefit global climate efforts.

Climate Bombshell: BC Not Reporting a Whopping 3 million Car's Worth of Climate Pollution

The BC provincial government has been throwing around some big numbers and promises with the planned expansion of natural gas operations, but one large number they are not mentioning is the millions...

Who counts the emissions when you export them?

According to a report released last week by the Sightline Institute, the Pacific Northwest is poised to become a major global carbon export hub for coal, tar sands oil and natural gas.

LNG coming to BC, big and fast. Are you ready?

The LNG industry is bearing down on the province like high speed train and, according to Natural Resource Minister Joe Oliver, this is what the citizens of B.C. want, except for those few...

Premier Clark opens her arms to LNG industry at Canada's first international LNG conference

Fifteen First Nations along the Pacific Trails Pipeline signed a benefits agreement with Apache and Shell oil companies worth up to $200 million and received a provincial loan for $32 million.