A second look at B.C.’s two-tier LNG tax regime

Despite concerns, the new system appears to rival other jurisdictions in the long term More →

Asian LNG buyers are pushing for a new pricing scheme. Is it to their own detriment?

Gutting the Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs More →

An in-depth look at the race to the LNG starting line

Canadian and U.S. producers are jostling for first mover advantage in exporting liquefied natural gas More →

Like her or loathe her, B.C. Premier Christy Clark is possibly Canada’s most influential energy player

An essay from the former president of the Canada West Foundation More →

Japan’s ambassador to Canada, Norihiro Okuda, on energy trade with Canada

There's renewed interest among Japanese companies to participate in Canada’s natural gas industry, particularly in LNG More →

Indian state-owned-enterprises are eager to invest in Canada

“An ounce of patience is worth more than a ton of preaching” More →

What does Petronas’ sale of its Canadian LNG assets mean for exports?

Nine months after purchasing Progress Energy, Petronas is shopping stakes in its Canadian LNG business to buyers in India, Japan and beyond More →