British Columbia

NGTL Tolls to Increase for BC Producers Under Rate Proposal

Unconventional producers in northern British Columbia (BC) are facing premium pipeline tolls to connect their wells to TransCanada Corp.’s western supply collection grid, Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL).

March 21, 2019
British Columbia Tremor Prompts Call for Review of Natural Gas Drilling Plans

British Columbia Tremor Prompts Call for Review of Natural Gas Drilling Plans

Natural gas producers have been ordered to review drilling plans for a liquids-rich corner of the Montney shale formation in northeastern British Columbia (BC) after an investigation blamed a Nov. 29 earthquake on hydraulic fracturing (fracking).

December 28, 2018

Trans Mountain Oilsands Export Project Draws More BC Fire

The British Columbia’s (BC) left-leaning, avowedly green government Tuesday unveiled its weapon — more official study — for blocking an expansion of Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd.’s (KML) Pacific coast export pipeline expansion for the Alberta oilsands.

February 1, 2018

Aurora LNG Scraps Terminal, Second BC Cancellation in Two Months

The crowded liquefied natural gas (LNG) market on Thursday took its second Canadian casualty this summer, when an Asian partnership scrapped a jumbo terminal project on the Pacific coast of British Columbia (BC).

September 15, 2017

BC Tallies Underlying NatGas at 3,337 Tcf, Proved at 41 Tcf, Probable at 532 Tcf

By the British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission’s count, only 1.4% of an astronomical 3,337 Tcf of gas in five BC geological structures have made the jump from estimated resources to tapped reserves so far, even though provincial production doubled to about 5 Bcf/d since 2000.

July 6, 2017

Canadian LNG Project Would Revive Mining Ghost Town

Commercial support may emerge for a plan to revive a mining ghost town in northern British Columbia (BC) as another entry in the lineup of projects for exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Canada’s Pacific coast, says the idea’s sponsor.

August 21, 2013
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