Richard Macedo

WCC LNG, project proposed by Imperial/Exxon for B.C., exits environmental assessment process

A liquefied natural gas (LNG) project proposed by Imperial Oil Limited and Exxon Mobil Corporation for British Columbia has bowed out of the environmental assessment process. The project proponent,...

Sales of Crown oil and gas land in Western Canada unlikely to pick up this year: land broker

The first quarter of the year was not good for sales of Crown oil and gas land, and the industry’s top broker said...

Australian LNG supply could affect timing of projects in B.C.

A new wave of LNG supply coming onstream from Australia, combined with lower... 

Crude oil prices may be set to rebound, says FirstEnergy forecaster

As data emerges supporting a downturn in United States crude supplies, the market is.. 

Cost-competitive LNG projects still have a chance in B.C., says Steelhead CEO

LNG projects that are globally competitive, cost-wise, still have a chance in British Columbia, with a window of...

LNG outlook in Canada darkening, says IEA

There will be no LNG projects starting production in Canada over...

East Coast LNG projects lining up to get in the game

Nova Scotia’s Bear Head project could be first Canadian terminal to ship gas overseas

Death of B.C.’s nascent LNG industry ‘greatly exaggerated,’ says head of LNG alliance

Despite falling oil prices and market uncertainty, the start-up of a functioning LNG industry in B.C. is a matter of when, not if, according to David Keane, president of the B.C. LNG Alliance. In a...

Apache sells interests in Kitimat LNG

Apache Corporation is unloading its stake in two LNG projects, including Kitimat LNG and its associated upstream assets in the Horn River and Liard basins, to Woodside Petroleum Limited of Australia,...

Apache Corporation pulling out of proposed Kitimat LNG project

Apache Corporation announced July 31 that it intends to completely sell its stake in the proposed multibillion-dollar Kitimat LNG project.