energy

— Jan 31, 2018
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Bitcoin mining is a computer process that consumes a considerable amount of power.

— Dec 19, 2017
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The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is a gift both to British Columbia and Alberta.

— Nov 29, 2017
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Investor confidence plummets for British Columbia energy sector

Most survey respondents said disputed land claims and protected areas in B.C. deter investment.

— Nov 28, 2017
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Global Petroleum Survey 2017

The 2017 Global Petroleum Survey finds that British Columbia now ranks as the least-attractive Canadian province for oil and gas investment—followed by Alberta. In this year’s global survey, which was conducted after the provincial election, B.C. ranks 76th out of the 97 jurisdictions and earned low marks for political stability and a high cost of regulatory compliance. Alberta ranks 33rd. Newfoundland and Labrador was the most attractive Canadian province for oil and gas investment, and ranks 4th worldwide. Texas is the most attractive jurisdiction globally for oil and gas investment, followed by Oklahoma.

— Nov 24, 2017
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Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

Pipelines are 2.5 times less likely than rail to experience a release of product when transporting a million barrels of oil.

— Nov 23, 2017
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The province exported electricity to other provinces and states, costing Ontario between $732 million and $1.25 billion.