Preparing for success: Progress and development in the Northern Rockies

The Northern Rockies Regional Municipality (NRRM), working with the province, industry and Fort Nelson First Nation (FNFN) are all focused on ensuring development in British Columbia’s most northeastern region that is both balanced and sustainable.  Significant new discoveries as the result of ongoing natural gas exploration, combined with known energy reserves and the refinement of […]

B.C. Government bans transport of oil in LNG pipelines

By Shayna Wiwierski The Government of British Columbia has banned the transport of oil in pipelines built for Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) terminals. In an effort to make sure that LNG lines aren’t converted to carry oil sands crude to coastal markets, the B.C. Government has put into effect a regulation that covers six proposed […]

Year in review: Four ways the pipeline industry changed in 2014

Lowering the pipeline. Photo courtesy of Kinder Morgan Canada The role of pipelines in Canada was hotly contested in 2014. You’ve probably seen footage of pipeline protests and read economic arguments from pipeline proponents. But, while all this debating was going on, what was the pipeline industry doing to address Canadians’ concerns? Here are four ways the industry has worked […]