Pat Roche

Shell Canada ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ About LNG Project At Kitimat

Royal Dutch Shell plc and its partners are working to make their proposed Kitimat, B.C., LNG project “affordable and competitive” ahead of a final investment decision (FID), says Shell’s top...

With or without LNG, western Canadian gas production will grow: Wood Mackenzie analyst

Natural gas production in Western Canada will resume growth in 2021 or 2022 with or without...

Conference Board, ATB predict crude price lift by year end

But the two organizations differ on how much they believe the increase will be

Weak start to 2016 B.C. land sales

Natural gas-prone B.C. got off to a slow start as it held its first monthly land sale of 2016 this week by attracting $200,053 in bonus bids, which generated a low average price of $76.53. Eight...

What is the outlook for oil markets? Experts offer differing opinions

Experts disagree on the outlook for oil markets, but one analyst expects the global oil glut will...

Price of oil to stay low until end of 2016: expert

Don’t expect the price of oil to rebound anytime soon, an energy expert told...

‘No LNG exports, no growth’ in Western Canada’s natural gas industry: expert

Western Canada’s natural gas production will grow by about 5 billion cubic feet (bcf) a day by 2022 if at least the equivalent amount of LNG is exported.

Trans Mountain poised to finish first ahead of Northern Gateway in pipeline race: Wood Mac

In Canada’s four-way bitumen pipeline race, Trans Mountain will finish first, Northern Gateway will finish last and either Keystone XL or Energy East won’t get built.

Petronas' Progress Energy one of the busiest oil drillers in Canada

Although Malaysia's Petronas won't decide until the end of this year whether to export LNG from Canada, the company is already pumping billions of dollars into the Canadian economy.

B.C. LNG export plant decision still several years away: Imperial Oil

Imperial Oil Limited’s decision on whether to build a British Columbia LNG export plant is still several years away, top executives said April 3.