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BC Premier Touts Lucrative LNG Export Potential

High hopes for budding overseas exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) dominate an ambitious economic growth forecast made last week by British Columbia Premier Christy Clark. Of C$25 billion (U.S. dollar at par) in investment anticipated by Clark within 10 years, her Liberal government is relying on LNG for C$18 billion or 72% of the total.

April 9, 2012

BC Premier Touts Province’s Lucrative LNG Export Potential

High hopes for budding overseas exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) dominate an ambitious economic growth forecast made Monday by British Columbia Premier Christy Clark. Of C$25 billion (U.S. dollar at par) in investment anticipated by Clark within 10 years, her Liberal government is relying on LNG for C$18 billion or 72% of the total.

April 4, 2012

Second Kitimat LNG Export Facility Approved

Aboriginal entrepreneurs picked up a share in Canada’s budding energy trade with Asia when the National Energy Board (NEB) granted a 20-year export license to BC LNG Export Co-operative Ltd. The permit enables the C$600 million project to load up tankers with 250 MMcf/d of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from a terminal on British Columbia’s (BC) north Pacific coast at Kitimat.

February 6, 2012

Another Kitimat, BC, LNG Export Project Licensed

Aboriginal entrepreneurs picked up a share in Canada’s budding energy trade with Asia when the National Energy Board (NEB) granted a 20-year export license to BC LNG Export Co-operative Ltd. The permit enables the C$600-million (U.S. dollar at par) project to load up tankers with 250 MMcf/d of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from a terminal on British Columbia’s (BC) north Pacific coast at Kitimat.

February 6, 2012

Oilsands Projects to Cut Alberta Gas Exports

As a budding revival of oilsands development gathers steam, thermal production projects will burn up Alberta’s contribution to North American natural gas gluts, show new projections by the province’s Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB).

June 20, 2011

Alberta Oilsands Projects Likely to Reduce Gas Glut

As a budding revival of oilsands development gathers steam, thermal production projects will burn up Alberta’s contribution to North American natural gas gluts, show new projections by the province’s Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB).

June 20, 2011

Canada Entering the Shale Age

The budding Canadian branch of shale gas production shows signs of growing up fast, reports the country’s chief transporter. The expanding Nova pipeline grid in Alberta and British Columbia (BC) has received requests for 2.5 Bcf/d of capacity additions by 2014 for output from the new supply source, reports TransCanada Corp. Vice President Max Feldman.

March 1, 2010

Canada Entering the Shale Age

The budding Canadian branch of shale gas production shows signs of growing up fast, reports the country’s chief transporter. The expanding Nova pipeline grid in Alberta and British Columbia (BC) has received requests for 2.5 Bcf/d of capacity additions by 2014 for output from the new supply source, reports TransCanada Corp. Vice President Max Feldman.

February 26, 2010

Canada Entering the Shale Age

The budding Canadian branch of shale gas production shows signs of growing up fast, reports the country’s chief transporter. The expanding Nova pipeline grid in Alberta and British Columbia (BC) has received requests for 2.5 Bcf/d of capacity additions by 2014 for output from the new supply source, reports TransCanada Corp. Vice President Max Feldman.

February 26, 2010

Sempra LNG, Mexican Enviros Tell Whale Tales

The North American West Coast’s only liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal has become more than a budding global energy hub. Albeit still underutilized, the terminal, located along the North Baja California coast in Mexico, has established itself as the poster child for protecting gray whales and other creatures who ply the Pacific waters from Alaska to Mexico.

January 4, 2010
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