Liquified Natural Gas Mining News

Main contractor on Shell LNG Canada project cancels bidding

CFSW LNG Constructors – a consortium of four major engineering and construction firms and the lead contractor for LNG Canada – has cancelled the bidding process for the project.

B.C. First Nations, government ink multi-million dollar Coastal GasLink deal

The new new agreement on the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline project will help ensure that the Saulteau community can participate in and benefit from B.C.'s LNG opportunity.

Basslink failure has cost Tasmanian economy $560 million to date

And while the Singaporean-based owners of the Basslink infrastructure have now targeted a revised restart for the end of this month, the new EnergyQuest report released today says the Basslink related economic losses to date are at best conservative.

Fort St. John's pro-LNG campaign example of real social licence

Community support for the project a test for Trudeau government.

More LNG development debate hot air

Canada's B.C. legislature’s summer debate over the Pacific NorthWest LNG project development agreement is but one factor in B.C.’s complex liquefied natural gas equation.

B.C. Liberal government slashes rate in long-awaited LNG tax

Recognizing the realities of global energy sector competition and under fire from major LNG proponents prior to being finalized, the BC Liberal government’s tax structure for liquefied natural gas production in the Western Canadian province.

Apache Corporation pulling out of proposed Kitimat LNG project

The liquefied natural gas project planned for Kitimat, B.C., faces an uncertain future.

BC signs energy agreement with China

There are 16 liquefied natural gas proposals in B.C., although energy analysts do not expect more than two or three will get built in the coming years.

Market disruptor: Nuclear restarts spells trouble for LNG

If Japan moves to restart some or all of its nuclear reactors, many LNG terminals may cease to be profitable.

Mackenzie Gas Project delay continues as costs increase 40%

Total price tag at $18.82 billion.

Extensive damage but no deaths in Florida’s gas plant blasts

At least eight people were injured by a series of overnight explosions at a gas plant in the US state of Florida.

Exxon Mobile seeks NEB approval to export 30m tonnes of LNG from BC

Exxon and Imperial are seeking to export for a period of 25 years.