Apache names new boss for Kitimat LNG project

Apache Corporation, of Houston, Texas,  the main backer of the Kitimat LNG development announced a management shakeup Tuesday, May 31, including  a new boss for the Kitimat project. According to a news release issued by Apache, “Graham Lawton was named vice president … Continue reading

Kitimat LNG Project Granted Extension: 250 News

250 News Kitimat LNG Project Granted Extension The proponents of the liquefied natural gas terminal to be built near Kitimat now have more time to start up construction.    The Environmental Assessment Office has granted an extension to the Kitimat … Continue reading

Canada firms may miss Chinese market   Enbridge VP warns energy sector must act: Calgary Herald

Calgary Herald Canada firms may miss Chinese market  Enbridge VP warns energy sector must act If Canada’s energy firms don’t start exporting to China now, others might beat them to it, according to an Enbridge Inc. vice-president.   The warning by … Continue reading

Shell says it’s looking at B.C. Coast for new LNG terminal: Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun Shell says it’s looking at B.C. Coast for new LNG terminal Shell Canada says it is investigating the potential for a new liquid natural gas terminal to be located on the B.C. coast. Shell “is interested in, and … Continue reading

Tar Sands Express – Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline or the Railway? Watershed Sentinel

Watershed Sentinel Tar Sands Express – Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline or the Railway? As billionaires invest in the railways and oil tanker traffic skyrockets along the BC coast, it looks as though the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline may have been … Continue reading

No real need for pipeline between oilsands and West Coast: bureaucrat: Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun No real need for pipeline between oilsands and West Coast: bureaucrat A multi-billion dollar pipeline project that would link the oilsands region to the coast of British Columbia offers new export capacity that the Canadian industry does not … Continue reading

First Nations “manipulated” by Americans on Enbridge: National Post columnist

National Post Columnist Peter Foster   Big Green blocks oil sands Northern Gateway is being ostensibly opposed by native groups. The question is how far those groups are being manipulated -and paid -by the green movement. Two weeks ago, aboriginal … Continue reading

National Post editorial board: Ottawa isn’t the oil sands’ enemy, Edmonton is

National Post Editorial National Post editorial board: Ottawa isn’t the oil sands’ enemy, Edmonton is There’s an old adage in Alberta politics that when all else fails, bash Ottawa. Well, Alberta’s Tory government must feel itself at risk of failure, because … Continue reading

Alaska pipeline development doesn’t bode well for NWT project: Alberta Oil

Alberta Oil Magazine  Darren Campbell column   Alaska pipeline development doesn’t bode well for NWT project As everyone returns to the office after the Victoria Day long weekend, supporters of the star-crossed Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP) are left to wonder … Continue reading

NEB Northern Gateway Joint Review info sessions set for NW BC

The National Energy Board Joint Review Panel on the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project  has set the dates for information sessions regarding future hearings in communities across northwestern British Columbia and Alberta. These are short information sessions about the joint … Continue reading