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Enbridge cuts 140KM off Prince Rupert pipeline proposal

Enbridge cuts 140KM off Prince Rupert pipeline proposal

Enbridge shaves off section of pipeline that would cut through Blueberry River First Nations territory
Opinion: A low carbon future requires the acceleration of responsible mining projects, like those in B.C.

Opinion: A low carbon future requires the acceleration of responsible mining projects, like those in B.C.

The province has an incredible and real opportunity to be a key player in the global energy transformation, writes Kendra Johnston
Clean fuel regs backlash blamed on flawed assumption: industry group

Clean fuel regs backlash blamed on flawed assumption: industry group

Feds pressured to ‘rethink’ program, but biofuel sector points finger at faulty economic assessment that inflated costs
First Nations showcase low-emission LNG efforts

First Nations showcase low-emission LNG efforts

Thousands of delegates descended upon downtown Vancouver this week for the LNG2023 conference
Canada set to end domestic subsidies for unabated fossil-fuel production

Canada set to end domestic subsidies for unabated fossil-fuel production

OTTAWA — Fourteen years ago, Canada joined the rest of the G20 in promising to wean fossil-fuel companies off of government subsidies that encouraged wasteful consumption and undermined efforts to slow climate change.
Governments taking LNG’s potential for granted

Governments taking LNG’s potential for granted

Some still bullish on opportunities for gas exports despite Ottawa’s indifference to its value
Natural gas: Cleaner than coal and getting cleaner, say LNG developers

Natural gas: Cleaner than coal and getting cleaner, say LNG developers

B.C. will produce some of the lowest carbon LNG in the world, LNG developers say
New emissions targets may sink LNG's pitch as a shipping fuel

New emissions targets may sink LNG's pitch as a shipping fuel

The oil and gas industry has aggressively pitched LNG as a bridge fuel until low- or zero-emission alternatives are fully developed in the shipping sector. 
Alberta and B.C. in talks to expand Canadian LNG reach globally, Danielle Smith says

Alberta and B.C. in talks to expand Canadian LNG reach globally, Danielle Smith says

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said her province has begun talks with British Columbia as part of a push to greatly expand the reach of Canadian natural gas to more foreign markets.
Uncertain demand clouds future of Canada's planned LNG exports, experts say

Uncertain demand clouds future of Canada's planned LNG exports, experts say

VANCOUVER — Canadian liquefied natural gas projects looking to fill gaps in the global market left by the absence of Russian gas may run into more challenging conditions than expected, industry experts have told a global conference in Vancouver.