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August, 2016 | Northern BC Business
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Birchcliff, Painted Pony boost capital spending, drilling program in NE BC

Birchcliff Energy and Painted Pony Petroleum have beefed up their capital spending forecasts for 2016, allowing for more than a dozen new wells to be drilled in the region. According to the Daily Oil Bulletin, Birchcliff has approved a revised capital budget of $163.7 million this year, up from $122.5 million previously planned. It’s a result of the company’s recent acquisition of Encana’s Gordondale assets near Pouce Coupe. The revised plan contemplates drilling a total […]

Province approves $235M Plateau pipeline project

Mike Carter , Matt Preprost / Pipeline News North A $235-million pipeline from Wonowon to Taylor and another pipeline that will carry gas to the proposed Woodfibre LNG plant have been granted environmental approval by the B.C. government. Pembina-owned Plateau Pipeline Ltd.’s Northeast B.C. expansion is set to add 75,000 barrels a day of condensate natural gas liquids to the company’s system, while the Eagle Mountain-Woodfibre Gas pipeline is another step towards constructing B.C.’s first […]

Duel: Site C brings jobs, prosperity

The BC NDP campaign slogan in the last election “Change for the Better — One … the NDP in favour of a pro-growth, pro-resource BC Liberal government. … building trade unions, which are crucial to the lifeblood of B.C.‘s economy. (24 Hours Vancouver) Click here to read in new tab

Amnesty International pushes feds to halt Site C, launches ‘global campaign’ against dam

Jason Dick, a Fort St. John boy featured in Amnesty International’s Site C … impacts of resource development on First Nations people in Northeast B.C. Aug. … to establish a “nation to nation” relationship with Canada’s First Nations. (Dawson Creek Mirror) Click here to read in new tab

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