Asian Pacific Post, 25Sep2013
Premier Christy Clark upcoming 13-day trade mission to China, Korea and Japan to deepen British Columbia’s relationships with those key liquefied natural gas Asian markets will be facing some severe gas pains, industry analysts said.
Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times, July 18, 2012
The next time your electricity bill prompts you to curse your local utility, here's another target where you should direct your anger:
By Gordon Hamilton, Vancouver Sun, October 21, 2011
Energy-trading arm claims clean-energy exemption for U.S. power supplier is discriminatory
Sean Holman, Public Eye, July 13, 2010
A former California assemblyman who spearheaded an effort to increase the use of green energy has said he doesn't think it's likely his state will count British Columbia's run-of-the-river power as renewable.
By Sean Holman, TheTyee.ca, July 8, 2010
Lobbying effort to get 'renewable energy' approval from state's politicians came up empty.
SCOTT SIMPSON, Vancouver Sun, February 22, 2010
Powerex has lost 10 energy trading staffers to financial giant Morgan Stanley
Efforts by a Wall Street financial giant to poach employees and business from a lucrative government-owned energy trading operation in Vancouver are proving expensive for British Columbia taxpayers.
By Scott Simpson, Vancouver Sun, February 2, 2010
B.C. could lose $450 million a year, critics warn
British Columbia's biggest industries are challenging the provincial government to prove that its electricity export scheme won't turn into a major money loser.
Scott Simpson, Vancouver Sun, January 23, 2010
BC Hydro has lost six veteran electricity traders in an apparent raid by a major U.S. financial institution.
Hydro acknowledged on Friday that six employees of its Powerex trading unit including former head trader Murray Margolis have recently quit.