By Mark Sabourin: The Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources is taking Bill C-69 on the road...
An energy company operating in B.C.’s northeast and now in receivership has left 300 to 500 wells facing possible designation as orphan – or abandoned – at a potential cost of $40 million to $90 million to the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission (BCOGC).
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada is set to rule today on whether oil and gas companies can walk away from unprofitable wells on agricultural land without having to clean up behind them.
Canadian businesses have been awarded $937 million worth of contracts associated with the LNG Canada project to date, according to its joint venture partners.
The National Energy Board (NEB) has approved a request for TransCanada to begin winter clearing work on the North Spread of its Keystone XL project.
For the third year in a row, we have put together a list of the hot topic issues facing environmental practitioners Canada and beyond.
Steelhead LNG is in the early stages of investigating a pipeline route from the Chetwynd in northeast B.C. to its planned Kwispaa LNG facility on Vancouver Island.
CANADIANS will pass their time walking in and out of buildings that directly impact their livelihood, with little thought as to who owns them.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced support for a new geothermal power facility being developed in southeast Saskatchewan.
SMITHERS, B.C. — Hereditary chiefs of the Wetsuweten First Nation say they've reached a deal with RCMP to allow builders of the Coastal GasLink pipeline access across a bridge that had been blocked in their territory.