Troy and Alex discuss Teck Coal rolling shut downs and potential community impacts among other dark, arcane political subject matter until Damien Gillis (50:16) shows up to evaporate Christy Clark’s LNG campaign promises.
Gone is any expectation in the 2015 budget of a near to medium-term revenue windfall from the development of a liquefied natural gas export industry in British Columbia.
On October 23, 2014, the federal government introduced Bill C-43, A second Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on February 11, 2014 and other measures
The BC Liberal government’s all-out push to build an LNG industry is extending into the province’s classrooms and the minds of its students. The latest partner in this effort, Science World, is co-hosting a series of community seminars in rural communities to educate students “about the fundamentals of energy science.”
Petronas says it’s delaying its proposed liquefied natural gas terminal near Prince Rupert, B.C.
newly re-elected Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan’s vow to stop Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion proposal through the courts – urging citizens not to get arrested in defiance of a recent injunction.
The BC government is worried it can’t control the way fracking and liquefied natural gas (LNG) are being criticized through social media, documents obtained through a Freedom of Information request reveal.
A ham-fisted attempt to win First Nations support for the province’s liquefied natural gas ambitions has backfired, threatening support for the Pacific Trail pipeline needed to bring natural gas to Kitimat for a proposed LNG plant.