Canadian LNG can compete globally: CERI study

Canadian LNG can be globally competitive and is in a position to benefit from a growing demand for the commodity, according to a new study by the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI). “We found...

All camp contracts now in place for LNG Canada pipeline

Black Diamond Group is the latest oilfield service company to announce success in a flurry of contract awards for the Coastal GasLink Pipeline, which will service the LNG Canada project. The company...

PRV not a salmon killer in B.C.: study

Independent review suggests the virus in this province might be a different strain from PRV in Norway

As forestry employment falls, revenue grows

Employment at B.C.’s largest forestry companies has dropped 6% since 2014

B.C. forest companies reach across the Pacific

Sector seeks to tap Asian market potential

Scientists to go fishing for answers

Renowned fisheries scientist Dick Beamish assembles international team to study salmon at sea

B.C. Oil And Gas Commission announces interim measures to address First Nation concerns

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) has announced new interim measures to address concerns of the Blueberry River First Nations (BRFN) over oil and gas development activities on the BFRN’s critical...

Forestry sector seeks to mend supply chain links

After several years of unrest in the industry, logging contractors are hoping recent steps taken toward supply chain equilibrium will help buoy their end of the forestry sector. The Logging...

Kinder Morgan asked $6.5 billion for Trans Mountain

Kinder Morgan getting $2 billion less than it asked, and $600 million more than Canada offered