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Robin Rowland, January 29, 2015

Long term outlook good for North American LNG, consultant predicts A US-based engineering and consulting firm, Black & Veatch has issued an optimistic outlook for liquified natural gas exports from both Canada and the United States.

Robin Rowland, January 29, 2015

Mongolia to hold text message referendum on future of Rio Tinto copper mineMongolia will hold a reality television style text message referendum on the future of Rio Tinto's troubled Oyu Tolgoi copper mine project, the Financial Times reports.

Robin Rowland, January 24, 2015

Moricetown band joins Pacific Trail Partnership, Kitimat LNG now has all First Nation councils on boardChevron,  the lead corporation in the Kitimat LNG project announced on January 23 that the Moricetown Indian Band had agreed to join the First Nations Limited Partnership, in effe...

Robin Rowland, January 22, 2015

Northwest Coast Energy News on limited hiatusThings are pretty quiet at the moment, so Northwest Coast Energy News is going on a limited hiatus for January and February while I work on a related project.

Robin Rowland, December 16, 2014

Photo op or engagement? How the Harper government failed in the northwest If anyone wanted a snapshot (or for younger folks a selfie) of why the Harper government grounded out at home, never even getting to first base  with northwestern British Colu...

Robin Rowland, December 15, 2014

Apache sells Kitimat LNG stake to Australia's Woodside PetroleumApache Corporation today announced it has agreed to sell its interest in two LNG projects, Wheatstone LNG and Kitimat LNG, along with accompanying upstream oil and gas reserves, to...

Robin Rowland, December 10, 2014

Wet'suwet'en First Nation signing on to Coastal GasLink pipeline project, province saysThe elected council of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation  have signed an agreement with British Columbia for the proposed Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline project,  a news release fro...