Sunday, June 12, 2016

Blog Watching week ending June 12, 2016

LNG notes and Seafest Updates made for the bulk of the items that attracted the most notice this week, with two international LNG proponents making news in the region when it comes to their development blue prints for the year ahead.

Shell hosted a Capital Market Day for investors this week with a wide ranging overview of their plans, though those living on the north coast looking for some sign of progress would find the report from the energy company just a little bit disappointing.  Progress however seems in motion for a proposed LNG terminal at Grassy Point as the Australian energy company Woodside received EAO approval for their recent submission related to Application Information requirements.

Our notes on the new Rainbow pathway attracted a large readership as well, with the proposed rainbow crossing expanded into the project which saw the Cow Bay Road bridge path painted in support of LGBT members of the community.

Our week long series putting the spotlight on the weekend Seafest events also found a large audience, with two of our items providing levels to place them in our top five list for the week.

However, the top item of the week focused on LNG and the developments from Shell energy's report for investors.

Few mentions of Northwest LNG options from Shell announcements today -- The international energy giant Shell held a Capital Market information day for investors this past week, providing a glimpse into its plans for the year. A report delivered with no mention of the company holdings in Northwestern British Columbia  (posted June 7, 2016)

That article was followed by:

A crosswalk becomes a pathway, providing a bridge for the community -- One year after a proposed rainbow crosswalk was first introduced to the community, the project made a creative shift with the walkway along the Cow Bay Bridge now featuring the colours of a rainbow, shaping the goal for an inclusive Prince Rupert.  (posted June 8, 2016)

Seafest Spotlight: Seafest Saturday -- Our week of features related to this weekend's Seafest celebrations found a wide audience, with our notes on the events of Seafest Saturday among the most popular or our entries.  (posted June 9, 2016)

Seafest Spotlight: Music and Entertainment -- The listings of the weekend entertainment options for Seafest also proved to be a popular stop this week for blog readers. ( posted June 8, 2016)

Woodside energy files documents with EAO, seeks support from area First Nations on Grassy Point LNG -- The Australian energy company Woodside keeps its options open for a proposed LNG development north of Lax Kw'alaams at Grassy Point  (posted June 10, 2016)

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