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AltaGas to begin construction on Ridley propane export terminal this year

AltaGas to begin construction on Ridley propane export terminal this year

AltaGas will proceed with building its Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal, a $500 million facility that would export 1.2 million tonnes of propane a year to Japan and other Asian markets from Ridley Island.
Encana busiest gas company in weak year for B.C. oilpatch

Encana busiest gas company in weak year for B.C. oilpatch

Company keeps drilling schedule steady through worst downturn in decades
2016 worst year on record for B.C. oil and gas drilling licences

2016 worst year on record for B.C. oil and gas drilling licences

Province 'confident' oil and gas revenues will improve
Northeast B.C. records double-digit unemployment rate

Northeast B.C. records double-digit unemployment rate

Unemployment on the rise since late 2014 following a downturn in oil and gas activity
Senator Neufeld talks energy, resources committee

Senator Neufeld talks energy, resources committee

Senator Richard Neufeld is back from a fact-finding mission amidst the oil and gas industry in Chemical Valley.
Responsible resource development starts in the classroom

Responsible resource development starts in the classroom

With Northern Lights College President and CEO Bryn Kulmatycki hosting a panel discussion at the Northeast B.C.
B.C. land sale nets $3.8 million in November

B.C. land sale nets $3.8 million in November

A $2.3-million lease helped drive British Columbia's Crown petroleum and natural gas rights auction in November. Industry spent $3.8 million at the Nov.
Have we turned the corner? Signs of improvement in Peace Region economy

Have we turned the corner? Signs of improvement in Peace Region economy

Busy hotels, bustling highway: after one of the worst economic downturns in recent memory, is Northeast B.C.'s economy on the mend?
PSAC forecasts 4,175 wells drilled in 2017

PSAC forecasts 4,175 wells drilled in 2017

Minor rebound from 2016 levels anticipated
First Nations, environmental groups plan to sue feds over Pacific NorthWest LNG

First Nations, environmental groups plan to sue feds over Pacific NorthWest LNG

Aboriginal and environmental groups are expected to file lawsuits against Canada in federal court this week in a bid to overturn approval for Pacific NorthWest LNG.