LNG – Potential for dynamic impact on B.C. economic growth

By Leonard Melman It is no exaggeration to declare that the economic future of the province of British Columbia may be more dependent on developments within the world of natural gas than any other single factor. British Columbia has already identified enormous reserves of the colourless, odourless gas; several billion dollars are currently being expended […]

B.C. key to market access for oil and natural gas

By Geoff Morrison, manager of B.C. Operations, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers As Canada’s window to the Pacific, British Columbia’s role in expanding and diversifying markets for Canada’s oil and natural gas resources cannot be overstated. Responsibly producing and trading our abundant natural resources creates jobs, generates taxes and royalties, contributes to stronger, more prosperous […]

Fort St. John set to host the 2013 BC Energy Conference

Over 16 years ago, the City of Fort St. John partnered with the B.C. government to host the first Oil & Gas Symposium. This conference offered an opportunity for government to recognize the local energy industry and the significant role it has played in our communities in British Columbia. It has since been renamed the […]