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Petronas fined $22,500 for spill

Petronas fined $22,500 for spill

The British Columbia Energy Regulator has fined Petronas for a produced water spill on Feb 17, 2021
B.C. wineries brainstorming solutions amid devastating losses

B.C. wineries brainstorming solutions amid devastating losses

99% grape loss could cost up to $445 million.
Canadian Natural Resources fined $40,000 for spill

Canadian Natural Resources fined $40,000 for spill

The British Columbia Energy Regulator has fined Canadian Natural Resources $40,000 for a Sept. 20, 2021 spill at one of their well sites.
Suncor breaks oilsands record, but adjusted earnings fall on weaker oil prices

Suncor breaks oilsands record, but adjusted earnings fall on weaker oil prices

CALGARY — Suncor Energy Inc. says it earned $2.82 billion in the fourth quarter of 2023, up from $2.74 billion in the same period of 2022. The Calgary-based oil company says its net earnings for the three months ended Dec. 31 work out to $2.
All oil and gas permits in B.C. waters are relinquished, say feds

All oil and gas permits in B.C. waters are relinquished, say feds

VICTORIA — The federal government says the final offshore oil and gas permits for Canada's West Coast have been relinquished.
Ascot’s Premier Gold mine 90% complete

Ascot’s Premier Gold mine 90% complete

New B.C. gold mine projects lands US$50 million streaming deal with Sprott Resource Streaming and Royalty
Scientists to model health impacts of gas flaring at Squamish LNG plant

Scientists to model health impacts of gas flaring at Squamish LNG plant

The satellite emissions data from LNG facilities already built outside of B.C. will help the researchers model how flaring could spread a number of pollutants across the Howe Sound region.
FortisBC promotes hybrid heating systems

FortisBC promotes hybrid heating systems

FortisBC to invest nearly $700 million to lower carbon footprint
Island wineries spared from losses faced by vintners in rest of province

Island wineries spared from losses faced by vintners in rest of province

The January cold snap damaged B.C. vineyards so badly that wine grape production in the province is expected to be only one-to-three per cent of typical yields this year
Blending biology and business: Cathy Mackay EDI's next CEO

Blending biology and business: Cathy Mackay EDI's next CEO

After 18 years with the company, Environmental Dynamics’ current COO will become CEO in April. She is one of BIV's 2024 Influential Women in Business Award winners