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LNG Canada boosted by British Columbia tax cuts

LNG Canada boosted by British Columbia tax cuts

British Columbia government has put measures in place to boost the development of liquefied natural gas industry in ...

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B.C. government faces opposition over LNG Canada push

B.C. minister Horgan's visit to Asia faces opposition over LNG push

British Columbia's prime minister John Horgan will set off for an Asian tour with an aim to expand economic ties ...

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CNOOC axes Aurora LNG project in Canada

China’s CNOOC Ltd and Inpex of Japan have cancelled a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project planned for ...

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Aurora LNG restarts environmental review process

Aurora LNG restarts environmental review process

Aurora LNG has restarted the environmental review process for its export facility located at Digsby Island in the ...

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KT Energy granted Fort Nelson LNG plant permit

KT Energy granted Fort Nelson LNG plant permit

KT Energy Corporation, an LNG solution provider based in Vancouver, British Columbia, has been granted a permit by ...

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Canada: B.C., Kitselas First Nation ink LNG deal

The Kitselas First Nation has signed benefits agreements with the British Columbia government, formally backing up ...

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B.C. to up support for utilities' investment in LNG fueling

B.C. to up support for utilities' investment in LNG fueling

The government of British Columbia is looking to support investments by natural gas utilities to increase the use ...

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B.C., First Nations sign PNW LNG benefits agreements

B.C., First Nations sign PNW LNG benefits agreements

The Canadian province of British Columbia reached multiple agreements with the Lax Kw’alaams Band and the ...

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B.C. grants EA permit for North Montney pipeline

B.C. grants environmental approval for North Montney pipeline

British Columbia's environment minister Mary Polak and natural gas development minister Rich Coleman issued an ...

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CEAA funds First Nations participation in Aurora LNG review

CEAA funds First Nations participation in Aurora LNG review

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency earmarked C$364,560 (Approx: US$271,493) fro the participation of ...

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Canada: B.C., Saulteau First Nations pen LNG benefits deal

Canada: B.C. signs LNG benefits agreement with Saulteau First Nations

Saulteau First Nations and the B.C. government have reached a new agreement on the Coastal GasLink natural gas ...

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First Nation votes to continue PNW LNG discussions

Lax Kw’alaams Band to continue discussions over PNW LNG project

Lax Kw’alaams Band voted in favour of continuing to pursue LNG development and discussions with the province of ...

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BC starts new incentives program to curb GHG emissions

Canada: BC starts new incentives program to curb GHG emissions

The Canadian province of British Columbia started a Clean Infrastructure Royalty Credit Program for the oil and gas ...

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B.C. approves Woodfibre LNG pipeline

The western Canadian province of British Columbia on Tuesday granted an environmental approval for a proposed ...

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LNG Canada FID delayed, again

LNG Canada FID delayed, again

Hague-based LNG giant Shell and its partners in LNG Canada project have again decided to postpone a final ...

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CFN clarifies LNG benefits agreement, denies endorsement

CFN clarifies LNG benefits agreement, denies endorsement

Coastal First Nations on Tuesday said that there has been no endorsement by CFN for LNG developments on the coast ...

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B.C.’s premier Clark extends LNG MoU with JOGMEC

B.C.'s premier Clark extends LNG MoU with JOGMEC

Christy Clark, the prime minister of the Canadian province of British Columbia renewed an LNG agreement B.C. has ...

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Canada: Premier Clark sets out on LNG mission to Asia

Canada: Premier Clark sets out on LNG mission to Asia

The premier of Canada's British Columbia province, Christy Clark, on Monday, began her seventh trade mission to ...

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Canada: B.C. signs LNG agreement with Coastal First Nations

Canada: B.C. signs LNG agreement with Coastal First Nations

The Canadian province of British Columbia has signed a Coastal First Nations LNG benefits agreement addressing ...

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B.C. signed 62 LNG benefits agreements so far

B.C. signed 62 LNG benefits agreements so far

Canadian province of British Columbia said the 62 signed pipeline benefits agreements with 29 out of 32 eligible ...

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British Columbia signs more LNG benefits agreements

British Columbia signs more LNG benefits agreements

The provincial government of British Columbia in Canada signed two LNG benefits agreements with First Nations ...

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