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BC Hydro's distribution grid not keeping pace with development

BC Hydro's distribution grid not keeping pace with development

Delayed connections short-circuit plans for public, private projects
Thousands of industry players set to descend on Vancouver for global LNG conference

Thousands of industry players set to descend on Vancouver for global LNG conference

Conference was originally to be held in Saint Petersburg, Russia
Mining Association of Canada releases new equity, diversity and inclusion standards

Mining Association of Canada releases new equity, diversity and inclusion standards

'The global mining industry continues to be very male-dominated and here in Canada it is also homogeneously white.'
Norwegian firm wants to build closed barrier salmon farm in B.C.

Norwegian firm wants to build closed barrier salmon farm in B.C.

Akvafuture system isolates farmed fish from the ocean to minimize wild-farmed interactions
Deloitte report forecasts oil prices to rise modestly over next three months

Deloitte report forecasts oil prices to rise modestly over next three months

CALGARY — A report by Deloitte Canada forecasts crude oil prices will increase modestly over the next three months. The report by the firm's resource evaluation and advisory group says lower supply will begin to drain global crude inventories.
There's a place for B.C.'s gas in a net-zero future. But not for long

There's a place for B.C.'s gas in a net-zero future. But not for long

LNG Canada is predicting a 40-year run for its massive gas liquefaction and export project in Kitimat, B.C. A recent report from Canada’s energy regulator cuts that lifespan in half, if countries around the world meet climate targets.
B.C. Interior's first retail hydrogen refuelling station opens in Kelowna

B.C. Interior's first retail hydrogen refuelling station opens in Kelowna

'This station is a significant milestone for the hydrogen industry in Canada, and especially B.C.'
Cattle struggles deepen in Alberta

Cattle struggles deepen in Alberta

'The agricultural producer that’s strictly dealing with livestock is going to find it very difficult to find feed this year.'
Northern B.C. chief outlines plan for $5B hydrogen megaproject

Northern B.C. chief outlines plan for $5B hydrogen megaproject

Shared project with Mitsubishi Power, 90 km north of Prince George, would create 600 construction jobs and would require permanent workforce of 250
Vancouver miner welcomes new Pentagon mandate to probe undersea mining

Vancouver miner welcomes new Pentagon mandate to probe undersea mining

Order from U.S. House of Representatives aims to counter China’s battery metal dominance