It’s not too late for Canada to reconsider its stance on natural gas production, distribution, consumption and trade.
Despite the demand, Canada has only one operational LNG terminal.
European natural gas prices have risen more than 30 per cent since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Despite support from local politicians and First Nations groups, Andrew Weaver is digging in his heels on LNG.
The B.C. NDP wants to raise the province’s carbon tax to $50 per tonne.
The regulatory approval process for Pacific NorthWest LNG has taken more than 750 days and counting.
The LNG industry in B.C. has the potential to supply up to 20 per cent of the Asia-Pacific LNG market by 2020.
On Nov. 16, the Tsawwassen First Nation announced its interest in building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on Tsawwassen reserve land, south of Vancouver.
Tuesdays BC budget, which Finance Minister Michael de Jong called boring, balanced, should have set out an ambitious agenda for the next four years.