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Asian LNG prices set to tumble further

Asian LNG prices set to tumble further to $4-5/unit – far below break-even point for BC gas

Asian LNG prices are set to continue their slide to well below the break-even point for BC exports. Leading analysts see them dropping to the $4-5/unit range over 2016-2017, chilling BC LNG hopes.

Teen stands her ground after being booted off soccer team for criticizing fish farming sponsor

Comox teen Freyja Reed is standing her ground after being booted off her soccer team for criticizing its fish farming sponsor, Marine Harvest.
BC LNG faces growing First Nations opposition

Chevron says it won’t reroute LNG pipeline around Unist’ot’en blockade

Chevron is digging in its heels, refusing to reroute its planned Pacific Trail gas pipeline to Kitimat to avoid conflict with the Unist'ot'en Resistance Camp on the Morice River.

Petronas likely to put BC LNG project on hold, says Malaysian business paper

Malaysian energy giant Petronas is likely to put its planned BC LNG project on hold for years, a business publication from that country is reporting, due to soft LNG prices.

Lax Kw’alaams claim on Lelu Island could sink Petronas’ LNG project

A claim by the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation on Lelu Island could sink Petronas' plans for an LNG terminal amid sensitive habitat in the Skeena Estuary.

Nexen loses fracking water licence in Fort Nelson First Nation appeal

The Fort Nelson First Nation has won its bid to strip Nexen of a water licence for 2.5 billion litres a year of fresh water for its fracking operations in northeast BC - a potentially precedent-setting case.