The Huu-ay-aht First Nations has announced that it has become the first British Columbia Nation to approve the co-management development of an LNG facility.
The Government of British Columbia will support investments by natural gas utilities to increase the use of LNG and RNG in the transportation and marine sectors and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
BC Ferries has announced that the second of its three new Salish Class vessels, the Salish Eagle, has arrived at in British Columbia, Canada.
TransCanada Corp. has filed a variance application with the National Energy Board to proceed with the construction of the North Montney Mainline Project in northeast British Columbia, Canada.
LNG Limited has announced that Transport Canada’s TERMPOL Review Committee has completed its review of Bear Head LNG Corp. Inc.’s TERMPOL report.
Shell subsidiary BG International has announced that it is discontinuing development of the Prince Rupert LNG project.
BC Ferries has announced that the LNG dual-fuel Salish Eagle has successfully transited the Panama Canal, and is en route to its final destination, British Columbia.
Seaspan Ferries Corp. has announced that the Seaspan Reliant – the second of two new dual-fuelled/hybrid ferries – has been successfully delivered.
BC Ferries has announced that the LNG dual-fuel Salish Eagle has stopped for refuelling and provisioning at Santa Cruz, Canary Islands, and is now en route across the Atlantic Ocean to Panama.