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

Kitimat LNG gets 40-year export licence

New energy regulator doubles Kitimat LNG’s export licence period

Nearly 1,000 working on Coastal GasLink as first segments of pipe delivered

The first segments of pipe for the Coastal GasLink Project begin to arrive at storage sites this week in anticipation of construction ramp up later next year, TC Energy reported on Tuesday. The...

Trans Mountain expansion pipe in the ground ‘before Christmas’: company

Five years after the first arrests on Burnaby Mountain over the Trans Mountain expansion project, the company said “expansion project pipe” will be “in the ground before Christmas.” Trans Mountain...

Concerns about Trans Mountain dumping 'contaminated' soil are unfounded: FN chief

Protesters say they followed trucks to a Kwikwetlem First Nation business park, but chief says there's "nothing to be concerned about"

Canfor to shut down sawmills for two weeks

All of Canfor's British Columbia sawmills, with the exception of one, will be shut down over Christmas and New Years, the company said Monday. The two-week curtailment will begin Mon., Dec. 23 with...

Rejection of 40-year contracts sparks power debate

Refusal to renew small-hydro deals raises questions about B.C.’s future electricty needs

Trans Mountain expansion now well underway

More than 2,000 workers now employed on twinning project

Another market mystery: High gasoline prices in B.C.

BCUC investigation unable to explain mysterious $0.13 premium B.C. consumers pay for gas in the province

Cannabis extraction firms seek high yields

Some producers perfecting methods; others look for partnerships

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

IEA says electrified LNG plants could result in significant GHG reductions