Gas – CNOOC Ltd. (NYSE:CEO) — the Chinese state-owned company that a year ago acquired Nexen Inc — is now making plans to build a huge liquefied natural gas facility in northern British Columbia, the Vancouver Sun reported.
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Gas – PI Financial sees Western Canada's investment in liquefied natural gas (LNG) lighting the charge on an investment boom in British Columbia.
Gas – TransCanada will be busy in the next few years as it moves ahead with plans to build a $1.5-billion extension to its Northeastern British Columbia pipeline system through its subsidiary, NOVA Gas Transmission.
Gas – In the second segment of the INN's World Resource Investment Conference interview with Keith Schaefer, Keith provided INN viewers with some insight on profiting from the natural gas boom in British Columbia.
Oil – Remember when oil shot up to $148 a barrel? Chen Lin does, and he sees potential for Wall Street market manipulation to push the oil price in the opposite direction—as low as $47 a barrel. Plus, he's bearish on China now. The good news is that Lin, publisher of What Is Chen Buying/Selling?, was willing to share his personal investment strategy in his interview with The Energy Report. Find out where Lin booked profits this year and get the names he's turning to for protection against oil price downside.
The province’s resource production is forecast to soar, but some feel the left-leaning New Democratic Party, which is leading in the polls ahead of the May 14 vote, could be a threat to that growth.
Oil – Despite oil price volatility, a number of investors retain the bullish belief that based on a few important fundamentals, the Canadian energy sector will record significant growth in the medium to long term.
Gas – loomberg reported that Australian Woodside Petroleum announced that their first-quarter sales jumped by 21 percent, due to an uptick in LNG sales from the Pluto project.
Gas – Bloomberg reported that Canada is edging ahead of the U.S. as they compete to be the first exporters of LNG to Asia.
Gas – Yahoo reported that BHP and Exxon together are planning to build the world's largest floating LNG plant just off the coast of northwestern Australia, despite coming under fire for mounting costs surrounding the project.