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B.C. sets stage for $36 billion LNG deal

VICTORIA – A blue print for the largest private-sector investment in British Columbia’s history will be presented next week in the provincial legislature.

Finance Minister Mike de Jong made the statement as he announced the deal with Petronas-backed Pacific NorthWest LNG that sets out a ratification process for a proposed $36 billion liquefied natural gas export facility near Prince Rupert. 98 more words


U.S. permit schedule forces six-month delay for Veresen's Jordan Cove LNG

Shares in Calgary-based Veresen Inc. closed more than five per cent lower Monday after it warned its Jordan Cove LNG export project on the Port of Coos Bay in Oregon would be delayed by about half a year. 408 more words


Global Conflict and the Upside for LNG

As I mentioned in my previous piece, Russia Might Actually Start World War 3, tensions in Europe are increasing at a dangerous pace.  Russia appears primed to take advantage of its position of comparative military and energy production strength to push an expansionist agenda in Eastern Europe in a fashion that could easily spin out of control.  473 more words

Oil & Gas

Aboriginal group takes B.C. to court for lack of consultation in Petronas LNG, even though it's 100 km away

CALGARY – A First Nation in B.C. is taking the province to court for a lack of consultation on the massive Pacific Northwest LNG project, even though the band is based more than a hundred kilometres away from where the project would be built. 484 more words


3 steps to assure your plant is safe with ESD valves

Text: Ville Kähkönen

An emergency shutdown (ESD) valve is part of a safety instrumented system (SIS) and normally refers to all types of safety system valves. 807 more words

Oil & Gas

Strong LNG-led export growth means Qld should record economic recovery in first half of 2015

Queensland appears on track to record a recovery from the technical recession of the second-half of 2014, due to a large increase in exports in recent months, in part associated with the LNG now being shipped out of Gladstone (see chart above). 151 more words


"Carnival Will Stuff More Than 7,000 Humans Into Its New Cruise Ships"

How’s that for a headline about Carnival’s new and still rather secretive ship!

See The Bloomberg Article Here

Having been on a few of the world’s biggest ships, including ‘Oasis of the Seas’, let me dispel one widely held myth: 1,133 more words