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Hands Across The Sand: Bradley Beach, NJ

HANDS ACROSS THE SAND
On Saturday, May 16, 2015 at just about noon on Bradley Beach in the township of Bradley Beach, NJ, people joined hands in protest against the coming idea and possible action of exploring and drilling for fossil fuels right off their coastline or anywhere within hundreds of miles along that ocean boundary, both north and south of where they stood. 120 more words

Fracking

Breaking News: Anadarko's Vice Chairperson meets Mozambican PM in Maputo

(2015-05-22) The Texas-based oil and gas company Anadarko says that it is determined to advance towards a final investment decision on building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) factory in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado. 551 more words

May 2015

Who Killed the World?

So I saw Mad Max: Fury Road the other night, and while I appreciate it as an amazing cinematic feat, and was pleased with a narrative that I’m still processing (progressive! 160 more words

Baldrey: Tough road ahead for B.C.'s climate leadership team

Is the creation of a new “climate leadership team” a sign the B.C. Liberal government is renewing its interest in confronting the climate change issue? 397 more words

Blogs

"Pacific North West weeks away from FID"

Financial Post reported:

Petronas and its Pacific North West liquefied natural gas project partners are “weeks away from making a final investment decision”.

The British Colombia government of Canada is offering iron-clad “cost certainty” assurances to the Petronas-led consortium to appeal to the investors . 39 more words

Oil And Gas

B.C.'s LNG deal with Petronas more fuel for Christy Clark's improbable fiscal optimism

VANCOUVER — Hailed as “the largest capital investment in B.C. history,” the proposed US$36 billion Pacific NorthWest LNG (PNW) project looks very rich indeed. If it does finally proceed, if it does create 4,500 construction jobs and 330 full-time positions, if it does put $7.7 billion into provincial coffers over an initial 23 years — a “conservative” estimate, according to B.C. 727 more words

Energy