Kitimat: A marvel of nature and industry

Nestled at the head of Douglas Channel in Northwestern British Columbia, the District of Kitimat enjoys both natural beauty and a strong industrial heritage. Kitimat is located in one of the few wide, flat, coastal valleys in British Columbia, with a stunning backdrop of the rugged Coast Mountains and glacier-fed Kitimat River. Carved out of […]

B.C. Government announces LNG funding

The Government of British Columbia announced on February 18, 2014 their Balanced Budget 2014, which includes forecast surpluses in all three years of the financial plan and modest investments in priority areas, including LNG development. 

Hydraulic Fracturing Code of Conduct: Industry’s Commitment to Canadians

Hydraulic fracturing operations have been around for more than 60 years in Canada and used safely to complete more than 170,000 wells. The technology has evolved to allow for more complex wells to be drilled and completed, and some of these wells now reach lengths in excess of 2000 meters. Today, hydraulic fracturing is often […]