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Progress Energy says it's disappointed with pace of LNG regulatory process
... although we do have some challenges and may be some loose ends particularly on the regulatory front,� Michael Culbert, chief executive officer of Progress Energy Canada Ltd., told an energy conference organized by Peters & Co. in Toronto. Progress ...
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Montney a hot play
While the Montney has been a target of oil and gas exploration since the 1950s, the current surge in interest was triggered after Petronas bought Progress Energy Canada Ltd. in 2012 for $5.5-billion precisely to take advantage of its Montney acreage ...
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Petronas LNG project still on the table, says BC Energy Minister Rich Coleman
B.C.'s Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich Coleman says he's not concerned about the reports oil and gas giant Petronas is threatening to pull the plug on a $10-billion dollar liquefied natural gas project.
B.C. plays down reports Petronas may 'call off' gas project
Petronas threatens to pull out of $10-billion LNG project near Prince Rupert  Vancouver Sun
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U.S. LNG Projects Winning the Day, Says Canada Analyst
Forrest pointed to Cheniere Energy Inc.'s project, Sabine Pass LNG on the Louisiana coast of the Gulf of Mexico, as the most likely winner of the North America-wide race out onto international markets, with construction on schedule to ship up to 2.2 ...
Pipeline company fails NEB compliance test
CALGARY - Pipeline company Plains Midstream Canada, having escaped the provincial regulator's penalty box in August, faces a federal regulator process that could potentially lead to a shutdown of operations.
Couple dig deep to keep Calgary's kids in school
Ms. Culbert and her husband Mike, chief executive officer of Progress Energy Canada Ltd., donated $500,000 to the cause and began speaking at events and approaching other donors to help raise $10-million.
David Black faces skepticism over West Coast refinery
David Black is undeterred by skeptics and insists his vision for an export refinery makes sense for British Columbia's energy market and Alberta's oil sands. For the past ... �There is money to be made, but I got into this because I want to reduce the ...
E-Street: How concerned are you about climate change? What should be done?
I am concerned and governments around the world need to be willing spend the money to make use of alternative energy sources and put actions behind their hours and days of talk to see some real change.
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NDP to declare support for South Korean trade deal
The labour union Unifor - which was formed last year as a merger of the Canadian Auto Workers union and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada - has strongly opposed the trade deal. The union argues the deal is one-sided and will ...
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Disease stole woman's memories and couple's future
He's been forced to shutter his own small business as a sign-maker, now paying the bills on meagre earnings from odd jobs he does between daily visits to the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, and from Ginette's pension as a longtime Canada Post clerk ...
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