LNG

Coal-fired power plant shrouded in smog south of Beijing, November 2016. China’s government cancelled 100 coal-fired projects last year, but is proceeding with another 700. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

B.C. VIEWS: Premier John Horgan sees the light on LNG tax incentives

B.C.’s latest climate targets impossible, but that’s nothing new

Coal-fired power plant shrouded in smog south of Beijing, November 2016. China’s government cancelled 100 coal-fired projects last year, but is proceeding with another 700. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)
Artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed plant and shipping terminal at Kitimat. (LNG Canada)                                Artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed plant and shipping terminal at Kitimat. (LNG Canada)

Could new LNG tax breaks resurrect a project on the North Coast?

Reactions to Premier Horgan and the B.C. government’s incentives for LNG Canada’s Kitimat project

Artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed plant and shipping terminal at Kitimat. (LNG Canada)                                Artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed plant and shipping terminal at Kitimat. (LNG Canada)
Artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed plant and shipping terminal at Kitimat. (LNG Canada)

NDP needs ‘magic’ to meet climate targets, Andrew Weaver says

B.C. Greens won’t support carbon tax breaks for LNG plant

Artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed plant and shipping terminal at Kitimat. (LNG Canada)
LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz announces natural gas export project partnered with Shell, Korea Gas, PetroChina and Mitsubishi Corp. of Japan in 2014. (Black Press files)

B.C. NDP offers tax breaks to jumpstart LNG Canada in Kitimat

‘We’re not giving away more money,’ Premier John Horgan says

LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz announces natural gas export project partnered with Shell, Korea Gas, PetroChina and Mitsubishi Corp. of Japan in 2014. (Black Press files)
Skeena MLA Ellis Ross at his office in the B.C. legislature, March 8, 2018. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

Q&A: Rally for Resources responds to B.C. anti-development protests

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross says outside influences are ‘like a really bad Hollywood movie’

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross at his office in the B.C. legislature, March 8, 2018. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)
Map of the now cancelled Grassy Point LNG project. (CEAA photo)

Australian company ends Grassy Point LNG project

Another liquefied natural gas project on the North Coast, B.C. ends its commitment

Map of the now cancelled Grassy Point LNG project. (CEAA photo)
Former Haisla Nation chief councillor Ellis Ross, now Skeena MLA, served briefly as B.C.’s minister for natural gas development before the minority B.C. Liberal government was defeated last summer. (Hansard TV)

LETTER: Weaver fiddles while B.C.’s economic prospects burn

Skeena MLA warns of damage to B.C. investment from Green threats

  • Feb 6, 2018
Former Haisla Nation chief councillor Ellis Ross, now Skeena MLA, served briefly as B.C.’s minister for natural gas development before the minority B.C. Liberal government was defeated last summer. (Hansard TV)
Karen Ogen-Toews. Photo supplied

LETTER: First Nations and LNG

Many First Nations in B.C. support responsible economic growth, including LNG projects

  • Feb 2, 2018
Karen Ogen-Toews. Photo supplied
B.C. Green leader Andrew Weaver agreed to support Premier John Horgan’s NDP government last summer. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

B.C. VIEWS: LNG won’t bring John Horgan’s NDP down

Green leader Andrew Weaver’s Donald Trump-like Twitter tirade is just for show

B.C. Green leader Andrew Weaver agreed to support Premier John Horgan’s NDP government last summer. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)
A wind turbine being set up for an offshore wind farm. (NaiKun Wind Energy contributed photo)

Is wind the new LNG?

While LNG projects drop off, wind projects resurface

A wind turbine being set up for an offshore wind farm. (NaiKun Wind Energy contributed photo)
LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz announces project proceeding to engineering and environmental assessment, joined by officials from PetroChina, Mitsubishi and Korea Gas as well as Premier Christy Clark and Natural Gas Development MInister Rich Coleman, April 30, 2014. (Black Press files)

LNG viable for long term, NDP minister says

Interest still strong despite ‘major plummet’ of prices

LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz announces project proceeding to engineering and environmental assessment, joined by officials from PetroChina, Mitsubishi and Korea Gas as well as Premier Christy Clark and Natural Gas Development MInister Rich Coleman, April 30, 2014. (Black Press files)
An updated rendering of the WCC LNG project demonstrating what the facility would look like from the Prince Rupert habour. (Contributed by WCC LNG Holdings Ltd.)

Which LNG projects are left in Prince Rupert

A quick review of what LNG projects remain after Pacific NorthWest LNG was cancelled

An updated rendering of the WCC LNG project demonstrating what the facility would look like from the Prince Rupert habour. (Contributed by WCC LNG Holdings Ltd.)
Lelu Island, the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG site. (File photo)

The fight for and against LNG development continues

Petronas may have pulled the plug on their terminal plans but some believe it isn’t over

  • Aug 14, 2017
Lelu Island, the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG site. (File photo)
Site preparation work is underway at Woodfibre, a former pulp mill near Squamish that investors want to use to export liquefied natural gas to Asia. (Woodfibre LNG)

Woodfibre LNG gets 40-year export licence

Squamish project highlights BC Greens’ opposition

Site preparation work is underway at Woodfibre, a former pulp mill near Squamish that investors want to use to export liquefied natural gas to Asia. (Woodfibre LNG)