Now more than ever, Western Canada’s energy sector needs to earn the trust and consent of First Nations if it hopes to expand its pipeline infrastructure.
Smaller clean energy projects could add $1.1 billion more to B.C.’s GDP than Site C mega-dam
Alberta needs B.C. to get its oil to Asian markets, but B.C. doesn’t really need Alberta for much of anything. Or does it? Evaluating the politics of pipelines, and the often fraught relationship between Western Canada’s powerhouse provinces
A 2015 global climate change conference in Paris could have consequences for the province’s LNG ambitions
A few words from the founder of Oxygen Capital Corp., one of 2014's mining finalists for Entrepreneur of the Year.
Words of wisdom from the 2014 Power Smart Leader Awards winners
Shell and Petronas-led LNG plant consortiums welcome new, lower LNG tax rate, but cite more factors that predicate an investment decision
The main tax rate has been halved from 7 to 3.5 per cent
The abundance of high-quality timber in B.C. has international markets pining for our diverse lineup of wood products. Exporting everything from pulp and paper to shingles to next- generation products, our lumber industry is not only stable, but thriving
New legislation will allow B.C. to regulate LNG Export Facilities on CO2 emissions
When B.C.’s new LNG tax details later this month, the province will struggle between its electoral promises of prosperity and being attractive to developers