Last month, some of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (CNRL) operations were shut down after being linked to tremors in northern BC. After earthquakes rattled Fort St.
Oil & Gas
Lana Lowe earned the First Real Estate Foundation of BC’s Land Champion Award for her work with the Fort Nelson First Nation. She started working for the Fort Nelson First Nation in 2008.
The Canada National Energy Board will take into account the impact of upstream and downstream emissions from potential increased consumption of oil at hearings into the Energy East Pipeline.
According to a report that will be released later this summer to the BC Oil and Gas Commission, 35 percent of British Columbia's 11,000 active oil wells, abandoned wells, and water injection wells are leaking methane.
The Blueberry River First Nation filed a civil suit against continued oil and gas development on its land. The First Nation lost a bid to stop new permits from being issued, but the court ruling noted that irreversible damage was being done to the land.
British Columbia's Coldwater, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations announced plans to take legal actions against the proposed twinning of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline, which was recently approved by the federal government.
Following the federal government's approval of the Transmountain pipeline expansion project, Kinder Morgan has begun holding information sessions in affected communities. The first session, in Coquitlam, was met by a group of protestors who object to the pipeline project.
The environmental groups Ecojustic, Living Oceans Society and Raincoast Conservation have filed a suit to reverse the federal approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, arguing that the National Energy Board did not sufficiently consider the pipeline's impact on B.C.'s southern resident o
The U.S. Department of the Army has announced that alternate routes for the Dakota Access Pipeline must be explored, causing construction to halt.
Days after the federal government announced that it would approve two pipelines, protestors took to the streets again in Vancouver, Victoria and Winnipeg.