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Coastal GasLink seeking $1.2B from contractor; alleges poor performance

Coastal GasLink seeking $1.2B from contractor; alleges poor performance

CALGARY — The company behind the Coastal GasLink pipeline is pursuing $1.2 billion in cost recoveries from one of its contractors. TC Energy Corp. terminated a contract with Pacific Atlantic Pipeline Construction last year, alleging poor performance.
Final investment decision on Cedar LNG coming in Q1: Pembina Pipeline

Final investment decision on Cedar LNG coming in Q1: Pembina Pipeline

Pembina’s updated guidance optimistic for growth in B.C., Alberta
Coastal Gaslink pipeline beginning next phase in 2024

Coastal Gaslink pipeline beginning next phase in 2024

Next year's work will focus on clean-up, re-vegetation, and reclamation, with workforce accomodation structures to be demobilized by the end of December 2023.
Vancouver's Ivanhoe Mines quadruples exploration budget for 2024

Vancouver's Ivanhoe Mines quadruples exploration budget for 2024

Budget increases to $90M
B.C. forests minister leads trade mission to Japan

B.C. forests minister leads trade mission to Japan

Japan is B.C. third largest export market, behind the U.S. and China
B.C.'s biggest community forest receives wildfire protection funding

B.C.'s biggest community forest receives wildfire protection funding

The Fort Nelson Community Forest was formed when the license was awarded to the Fort Nelson First Nation and Northern Rockies Regional Municipality, who have partnered to share 200,000 hectares of timbered land. 
Arras Minerals joins forces with Vancouver's Teck to explore critical minerals in Kazakhstan

Arras Minerals joins forces with Vancouver's Teck to explore critical minerals in Kazakhstan

Teck Resources will solely fund generative exploration work through 2025
Oil, gas emissions to be cut more than one-third by 2030 but offset credits allowed

Oil, gas emissions to be cut more than one-third by 2030 but offset credits allowed

OTTAWA — The oil and gas industry will have to cut emissions by more than one-third within seven years or buy offset credits under a new federal policy.
Canfor's Swedish subsidiary invests in sawmill upgrades

Canfor's Swedish subsidiary invests in sawmill upgrades

Canfor majority owned Swedish forestry company upgrading one of its mills
Mining CEO seeks partner for Cariboo gold project ‘beachhead’ in B.C.

Mining CEO seeks partner for Cariboo gold project ‘beachhead’ in B.C.

Sean Roosen says he’s already been discussing options with potential parties for more than six months