Greg Kist admits he was burned out when he resigned as president of Pacific NorthWest LNG at the end of 2014, as the Vancouver-based venture led by Malaysian energy giant Petronas advanced its ill-fated mission to build a liquefied natural gas project in B.C.
The National Energy Board says its decisions and orders regarding the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion issued prior to last summer when a court overturned its approval will remain valid except where circumstances have changed.
Canada's spy service routinely welcomed reports from the energy industry about perceived threats, and kept such information in its files in case it might prove useful later, newly disclosed documents reveal.
Third-generation farmer Ron Lamb remembers his father pulling six-metre-wide crop-seeding equipment around his southern Alberta grain fields in the 1990s, overlapping on each pass to make sure he covered all the ground.
Indigenous leaders at Tuesday’s conference say the federal government’s second round of consultations was as inadequate as the first. Meantime, Trans Mountain says it’s getting shovels ready to build a new pipeline.
The federal government is widely expected to green light the Trans Mountain expansion project a second time today,June 18, 2019, but, even with a Yes vote, construction is likely weeks, if not months away.