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A natural gas well in Louisiana. Image: Daniel Foster/Flickr
Linda Leon | Of all of the political parties running in this election, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) was the first to release its election platform.
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Photo Credit: Bruce Gordon, EcoFlight
David Suzuki | A review of more than 1,500 scientific studies concluded that fracking contaminates air and water with chemicals that can cause serious health problems, including cancer, asthma and birth defects.
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Methane flare in oil field. Photo: WildEarth Guardians/flickr
David J. Climenhaga | "Wasted methane represents lost value to oil and gas operators due to lost sales volumes of natural gas, and lost value to the government through lost royalty collection," says the Pembina Institute.
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Wind turbines under construction
Redeye Collective | Dozens of anti-wind organizations have sprung up following the imposition of large-scale renewable projects on rural communities. Community-owned power projects could turn that opposition around.
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Photo: Sipekne'katik flag waves at the proposed brine storage site, Tori Ball
Tori Ball | Salt cavern gas storage has faced opposition from the local community, Indigenous groups, environmental groups as well as health and safety experts.
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Peace River
Redeye Collective | The B.C. government says it needs to build a massive dam on the Peace River to generate hydro power for the province's future. Ben Parfitt says Site C is all about the plan to liquify natural gas.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | TransCanada has inked a deal with natural gas distributors. This ends a high-profile conflict standing in the way of TransCanada's Energy East ambitions.
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David Hughes | Our recent report by David Hughes, A Clear Look at BC LNG, prompted dismissive comments from the B.C. government and the LNG industry. CCPA-BC asked David to respond.
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Source: CCPA-BC
Marc Lee | A new report considers the ambition of the LNG enterprise as envisioned by the B.C. government, and delivers the first assessment of the cumulative impacts of LNG development.
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Ole Hendrickson | TransCanada is pushing its Energy East pipeline, which would convert the Canadian Mainline pipeline to carry diluted tar sands bitumen to Eastern Canada. But are provincial governments on board?
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Marc Lee | This legislative sitting will be an important one for shaping the future of LNG in B.C. Will one or more companies make final investment decisions? And if they do will there be any public benefits?
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Leila Darwish | The fight against fracking, fracked gas pipelines and LNG terminals is heating up in B.C. Resistance is on the rise -- communities in B.C. are mobilizing to take a stand against a fractured future.