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Listen to CNRA’s Randy Kerr Discuss a Natural Gas Alternative to Site C

Listen to CNRA’s Randy Kerr Discuss a Natural Gas Alternative to Site C

Listen to CNRA Executive Director Randy Kerr on CBC Daybreak North out of Prince George BC discuss the possibility of a natural gas generated power plant as a lower-cost alternative to the recently-approved $8.8 billion Site C dam in NE BC near Fort St John. listen to ‘Could natural gas be a viable alternative to Site C’s…

Listen to CNRA Executive Director Randy Kerr Discuss B.C.’s New LNG Tax

Canadian Natural Resource Alliance executive director Randy Kerr discussed the implications of B.C.’s newly-announced LNG tax structure on News Talk 770 on October 26. The conversation can be found here by selecting the October 26 edition and listening from 20:20 to 27:58.  Earlier this week, CNRA issued a press release with Kerr’s response to the long-awaited fiscal structure…

Press Release: Energy East Pipeline Good for Canada

PRESS RELEASE Energy East Pipeline Good for Canada: Replaces Imports to Eastern Canada Refineries, Expands Export Opportunities The Canadian Natural Resource Alliance commends TransCanada Pipelines on its application to advance the Energy East pipeline project: “This is a project that all Canadians can be proud of,” said Canadian Natural Resource Alliance Executive Director Randy Kerr. “We…

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No Fracking Moratorium for Ontario

Shale Energy Insider. The Ontario government has rejected a measure that would put institute a moratorium on fracking. “The proposal was rejected by Natural Resources Minister Bill Mauro, he said that although the government is “internally reviewing” its plans with regard to fracking, it “won’t be going forward with a moratorium. The review will determine…

Potash Prices Make a Recovery After Royalties Announcement

The Star Phoenix. Potash share prices dipped this week after news that industry royalties would be renegotiated. “When Saskatchewan’s government this week announced plans to renegotiate potash royalties, Potash-Corp share prices dropped five per cent in 24 hours. This is not surprising. Investors know the government is not renegotiating potash royalties in order to reduce…

Deep Mining Should be a Priority for the Mineral Sector

CBC News. Deep mining could be the key to continued Canadian energy development, according to Bruce Jango, head of the Goodman School of Mines in Sudbury. “Bruce Jago says deep mining is the future of the industry, and the best place to find concentrated mineral deposits. ‘I’m really on the exploration side of things, and…

Premiers Close in on Energy Deal

Bloomberg. Canadian premiers are charging ahead where Prime Minister Stephen Harper has, thus far, been unwilling to go to facilitate the approval of pipeline projects. “Canada’s premiers are nearing a deal aimed at clearing a path for pipeline projects in exchange for new environmental commitments, such as potential pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions, people…