LNG

2018 Top Ten: Legislative and Policy Changes in the Canadian Energy Industry

Courtesy of Borden Ladner Gervais. View original article here. 2018 saw continuing shifts and uncertainty in legislative and policy developments for the oil and gas industry.  On last year’s Top 10 list, found here, we identified several proposed changes to energy regulation across Canada.  2018 further provided us with numerous policy changes, with implications uncertain and… [Read More…] about 2018 Top Ten: Legislative and Policy Changes in the Canadian Energy Industry

New Mandatory Upgrade Training for Liquid Fuels Certificate Holders Coming Into Effect Soon

Courtesy of McCarthy Tetrault. View original article here. After April 1, 2018, petroleum mechanics and site operators applying to renew their certification under the Certification of Petroleum Mechanics Regulation must have completed a one-time authorized upgrade training program. Effective October 1, 2017, the TSSA adopted a new Liquid Fuels Handling Code for the first time in 10 years. The Code applies to facilities… [Read More…] about New Mandatory Upgrade Training for Liquid Fuels Certificate Holders Coming Into Effect Soon

Canadian LNG: Kicking the Can Down the Road

Courtesy of Stikeman Elliott. View original article here.  The dream of creating a globally significant Canadian LNG industry, initially based on the West Coast of BC, effectively died in July 2017, at least for the immediate future. But like the global LNG business itself, we may be better served by judging Canada’s LNG prospects over… [Read More…] about Canadian LNG: Kicking the Can Down the Road

BC LNG – Waiting for the World to Change

Courtesy of Stikeman Elliott. View original article here. February 2013 was the height of optimism regarding the LNG export facilities that were being proposed for the West Coast of British Columbia. At that time almost 20 projects of varying sizes were at different stages of development. The province released budget papers that included a forecast… [Read More…] about BC LNG – Waiting for the World to Change

Decision to Approve Pacific Northwest LNG Facility a Boost to Industry

Courtesy of Osler. View original article here. The Liberal government’s decision to approve the Pacific Northwest LNG Project (Project) demonstrates that the federal government is prepared to make decisions on proposed resource development projects to get Canada’s resources to market. The September 27, 2016, Decision Statement [PDF] approving the Project signals to industry, investors and the public… [Read More…] about Decision to Approve Pacific Northwest LNG Facility a Boost to Industry