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BALDREY: LNG and Site C aligned for perfect storm

VICTORIA – This province is being ravaged by forest fires this summer, but there’s a good chance an entirely different kind of firestorm will be confronting B.C. 639 more words

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Manufactured news/political spin on T&T's LNG sector

The political response to the shortfall in gas supply to the local gas based manufacturing sector has been tall tales, manufactured news passing for political spin. 513 more words

Lng/energy Analysis

Gas Awakening From U.S. Shale Slumber as LNG Shipments Near - Bloomberg Business

After years of languishing in a shale-induced coma, the U.S. natural gas market is waking up.Seasonal price swings will intensify as the country begins shipping liquefied natural gas cargoes to Asia and Europe later this year, said Bank of America Corp., RBC Capital Markets LLC and Wood Mackenzie Ltd. 213 more words

LNG

Propane export plant site lined up, AltaGas to build B.C. fractionation facility

AltaGas Ltd. has advanced its plan to be the first to export liquefied propane from the B.C. coast, announcing Thursday it has struck an exclusive deal on an unspecified site and that it will build a new gas fractionating plant in northeastern B.C. 474 more words

Energy

Are you fit for $50? Geoffrey Cann discusses the global LNG industry

LNG industry opinion leader, Geoffrey Cann of Deloitte Australia, will be delivering a workshop as part of the 21st Anniversary South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference ( 1,048 more words

Mining & Resources

Economics of Squamish's Woodfiber LNG Project

Right now Woodfiber LNG is a huge point of contention within the town of Squamish. As with any energy venture most of the people against will argue safety (the bad kind) and the disruption of our ecosystem. 922 more words

B.C. minister off to Malaysia to discuss LNG deal

VICTORIA – British Columbia’s finance minister is travelling to Malaysia to discuss a $36 billion liquefied natural gas project in the province’s northwest.

Michael de Jong will meet with officials over the next six days to discuss the ratification of a project agreement with Pacific Northwest LNG, a consortium led by Malaysia energy giant Petronas. 166 more words

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