A marathon campaign to revive dormant natural gas drilling in Quebec advanced a step in an asset transaction announced Wednesday by Questerre Energy Corp.
Articles from Quebec
A natural gas project in Quebec and Ontario has begun the first test case of the ability to build pipelines under the revamped Canadian regulatory framework.
After trying unsuccessfully for 20 years to start natural gas production in French Canada, a small Calgary company refuses to take no for an answer from the Quebec government.
French Canadian natural gas suppliers, barred from tapping Quebec’s tight and shale deposits by provincial regulation, are resorting to a potential green variety that could be produced without drilling wells.
The provincial government in Quebec has posted an offer to subsidize creation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) distribution network for the Texas-sized northeastern region of French Canada.
After collecting a months-long deluge of popular disdain for the oil and gas industry in a public regulatory review, the Quebec government has decided to toughen its five-year-old moratorium against unconventional exploration using hydraulic fracturing (fracking) into a permanent ban.
After four months of negotiations, the Quebec government has agreed to pay C$41.4 million ($33 million) in compensation to three oil and gas companies for putting a stop to their drilling campaigns on Anticosti Island.
TransCanada Corp. announced plans Friday for a C$160-million (US$128-million) addition to its natural gas mainline’s delivery service across Ontario, Quebec and the northeastern United States.
The Quebec government has made an opening move to evict fledgling natural gas and oil activity from the province’s prime exploration territory in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, said partners in the drilling program.