The Canadian natural gas industry should not blame environmentalists, First Nation communities or the government for its failure to get LNG export infrastructure built.
Woodfibre LNG Ltd has announced that its application to amend its environmental assessment certificate for the construction and operation of the Woodfibre LNG project has been approved.
Seaspan Ferries Corp. has announced that it has held a double commissioning ceremony at its Tilbury Terminal for two new, state-of-the-art, dual-fuelled/hybrid vessels.
The B.C. government has reached agreements with the Kitselas First Nation to ensure that the nation receives direct benefits from the construction of LNG export facilities on the province’s north coast.
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.
BC Ferries has announced that the second of its three new Salish Class vessels, the Salish Eagle, has arrived at in British Columbia, Canada.
The Government of B.C. has signed agreements with the Lax Kw’alaams Band to ensure that benefits accrue for First Nations as a result of the construction and operation of an LNG export industry in the Prince Rupert area.
BC Ferries has announced that the second of its three new Salish Class vessels, the Salish Eagle, has departed Gdansk, Poland, and is en route to its final destination, British Columbia, Canada.
Woodfibre LNG Ltd has submitted an application to amend its environmental assessment certificate that it was awarded on 26 October 2015 for the construction of the Woodfibre LNG project.