Resources & Agriculture

BIV's resources and agriculture coverage provides the latest news in the mining, oil and gas, agriculture and fisheries sectors in Vancouver and British Columbia

LNG provides ‘quick wins’ for global GHG reductions: IEA

IEA says electrified LNG plants could result in significant GHG reductions

$40 billion megaproject begins to take shape in Kitimat

One thousand workers are preparing LNG Canada site for major construction phase

Strike takes a bite out of Western Forest’s profits

Profits and stock plunge in wake of prolonged strike by Vancouver Island sawmill workers

Packing BC electrons into LNG

LNG powered with electricity could be boon for independent power producers

Striking forestry workers rally in Nanaimo

Hundreds of unionized forest workers on strike since July 1 turned up the heat on Western Forest Products Wednesday by taking the fight to the company’s front door in Nanaimo. In what was a...

Chinese company proposes small-scale LNG plant in Terrace, B.C.

A Chinese energy firm is looking to build its presence in B.C., proposing a new, small-scale liquefied natural gas facility in Terrace. Top Speed Energy is preparing to begin consultations on its...

Municipal-run power companies and BC Hydro square off at utilities inquiry

District energy projects are growing in B.C. but opaque corporate structures raise questions about rate-setting oversight

Tsleil-Waututh Nation aims to fight Trans Mountain in Supreme Court

North Vancouver’s Tsleil-Waututh Nation is hoping to take their legal battle against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to the Supreme Court of Canada. The nation announced Tuesday that they...

Trans Mountain equity deal requires united indigenous group, resource summit told

Indigenous communities that want to invest in the Trans Mountain pipeline have been urged to unite behind a group that has invited the participation of First Nations and Métis communities in Alberta,...