By Gordon Hamilton, Vancouver Sun, February 24, 2012
Follows similar amount last year to promote development at Kitimat and northern pipeline
By Scott Simpson, Vancouver Sun, February 22, 2012
Ramp-up to LNG production, increased overall demand is bullish for government revenue
The British Columbia government is anticipating a substantial recovery of natural gas royalty revenues over the next three years.
Derrick Penner, Vancouver Sun, February 18, 2011
The provincial government has launched another $120-million round of tax breaks for natural-gas producers to encourage them to build extraction infrastructure, Energy Minister Steve Thomson announced Thursday.
Vancouver Sun, August 25, 2010
VANCOUVER — The provincial government has signed two revenue-sharing agreements with two first nation communities in the last two days for specific mining projects within the areas the groups claim as traditional territory.
Jason Fekete, Calgary Herald, March 14, 2010
As Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach's government proceeds to slash oil and gas rates, a new poll finds more Albertans disapprove of its handling of provincial royalties than approve -- but are split on whether to increase, decrease or maintain royalty levels.
Rena Delbridge, Alaska Dispatch, March 6, 2010
Less and less oil is flowing through that engineering masterpiece that is the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, built in the 1970s to link the North Slope's liquid gold with insatiable markets.
DAVID EBNER, Globe and Mail, Mar. 03, 2010
Province predicts three more years of deficits as Horn River and Montney fields' cash output undermined by lower gas prices
It's an equation that's written in red ink: Less revenue from more gas.