Sunday, February 28, 2016

Blog Watching, week ending February 28, 2016

While there's been no shortage of disappointing news of late on the theme of LNG development, one positive note appeared this week for those on the North Coast looking for a bit of progress.

Earlier this week the Australian energy company Woodside  outlined plans to hold an Open House in March, an announcement that found a fair bit of interest from readers this week.

And while AltaGas provided  for some of that disappointing review for LNG,, the Alberta company remained positive on its plans to move forward with a proposed propane export terminal, with this weeks financial update capturing a share of the attention from our offerings this week.

Basketball season on the North Coast has reached the championship stage and a number of Charles Hays Rainmaker teams were in the news this week, with both the Senior Girls and Junior Boys part of this weeks news cycle.

Bringing our top five items of the week to a close, was our update on an early Thursday morning fire on the Prince Rupert waterfront and the reward offered by the Metlakatla First Nation for information about a trio of suspected incidents of arson near the ferry dock.

However, the top item of the week comes the LNG files and the plans of the Australians.

Woodside Energy to host Open House on Grassy Point LNG proposal in March -- The Australian Energy company Woodside will host an Open House on March 10th to outline the latest developments when it comes to their proposed LNG terminal at Grassy Point (posted February 25, 2016)

That article was followed by:

Junior Boys draw Steveston-London Sharks in Provincials Opener --  Our item previewing the opening day match up for the 2016 Junior Boys Provincial Basketball tournament found a strong audience, as has our update page from this weekends event. (posted February 24, 2016 )

Alta Gas keeps focus on Propane Exports out of Ridley Island, while cancelling Douglas Channel LNG project -- One more proposed LNG project for the region has been put on the shelf, with AltaGas outlining the suspension of its plans for Kitimat, while reinforcing its plans for a proposed propane export terminal in Prince Rupert.  (posted February 25, 2016)

Rainmaker teams win one banner, come up just short of a second in weekend play - We started the week of looking back to last weekend's zone tournaments across the Northwest, where Charles Hays squads claimed one banner and came close on a second (posted  February 22, 2016 )

Metlakatla First Nation offers reward related to morning fire on waterfront  --  A case of suspected arson near the Metlakatla Ferry Dock on the Prince Rupert waterfront has the First Nation offering a 1,000 dollar reward for information  (posted February 25, 2016 )

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