Canadians

Environmentalists Call For Public Hearings on Shale in BC

Several environmental groups are asking the government of British Columbia to follow the example of Quebec in conducting an environmental assessment of shale gas production.

April 20, 2011

U.S. Gas Consumption from Imports Down to 11.1% in 2010

Natural gas exporters, led downward by Canadians, lost nearly one-third of their market share in the United States over the past three years, according to new trade data from the U.S. Department of Energy.

March 31, 2011

Canadians Eye Horn River Gas for Next Generation

In natural gas, Texans have no monopoly on thinking big. When prices make a comeback Canadians — including affiliates of international producers with high profiles in the Lone Star State — say they will be ready to launch the next generation of supplies on a scale deserving to rate as large by any standard.

October 5, 2009

In British Columbia, a Horn River of Plenty

In natural gas, Texans have no monopoly on thinking big. When prices make a comeback Canadians — including affiliates of international producers with high profiles in the Lone Star State — say they will be ready to launch the next generation of supplies on a scale deserving to rate as large by any standard.

October 2, 2009

Calgary Leader: Check Fine Print on USGS’ Arctic Report

Visions of Arctic bounty were resurrected by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in a new report this summer on northern natural gas and oil prospects. But Canadians who have labored to make the dreams come true emphasize the fine print in such projections, which invariably admit there is many a slip between the resource cup and the production lip.

August 11, 2008

Calgary Leader: Check Fine Print on USGS’ Arctic Report

Visions of Arctic bounty were resurrected by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in a new report this summer on northern natural gas and oil prospects. But Canadians who have labored to make the dreams come true emphasize the fine print in such projections, which invariably admit there is many a slip between the resource cup and the production lip.

August 5, 2008

TransCanada + Arizona = Power Plant, Dual Pipe Hook Ups

Calgary-based TransCanada has adopted the Canadians’ snowbird affection for the western United States, proposing to build a 575 MW natural gas-fired simple-cycle peaking plant in the midst of the fast-growing Phoenix metropolitan area in Arizona. If the Coolidge project becomes a reality, the facility could become the first generation plant in the state to have access to both the El Paso Natural Gas and Transwestern interstate natural gas pipelines that run east-to-west through Arizona.

March 3, 2008

Canada Keeping More Gas for Itself, Analysts Say

Canadians expect to make a positive contribution to natural gas prices in the new year — by producing less, consuming more and reducing exports to the United States as a result.

December 25, 2006

Canada Keeping More Gas for Itself, Analysts Say

Canadians expect to make a positive contribution to natural gas prices in the new year — by producing less, consuming more and reducing exports to the United States as a result.

December 22, 2006

Canadians Thaw Out Plan for Arctic LNG

No stone is being left unturned, including the fabled Northwest Passage, in the quest to resurrect an expansion of Canadian natural gas supplies for anticipated market growth in the United States. The latest dormant plan to be taken out of industry freezers for a fresh run through serious economic study is a grand design born in the “energy crisis” era of the 1970s for icebreaking tankers to deliver liquefied gas south from Canada’s Arctic Islands.

January 24, 2005
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