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Oil prices plunge, Canadian energy stocks take beating as global banking fears spread

Oil prices plunge, Canadian energy stocks take beating as global banking fears spread

CALGARY — Crude oil prices took a beating Wednesday as market chaos related to a spreading banking crisis continued. The North American benchmark West Texas Intermediate plunged more than four per cent on Wednesday to hover around US$68 per barrel.
MPs call for probe into B.C. company's ties after Glacier Media investigation

MPs call for probe into B.C. company's ties after Glacier Media investigation

NDP MP Charlie Angus says he'll bring forward a motion in the coming weeks that will summon Paper Excellence executives before a federal committee.
B.C.'s Cedar LNG project gets federal green light

B.C.'s Cedar LNG project gets federal green light

Federal Environment minister approves Haisla First Nation's Cedar LNG project
New LNG approvals in B.C. come with conditions moving forward

New LNG approvals in B.C. come with conditions moving forward

New framework announced for keeping oil and gas projects within provincial emissions cap
Hydra Energy's $62M hydrogen production plant approved in Prince George

Hydra Energy's $62M hydrogen production plant approved in Prince George

The proposed $62 million facility on Sintich Road will produce and dispense hydrogen for transport trucks.
Haisla's Cedar LNG gets green light from B.C. government

Haisla's Cedar LNG gets green light from B.C. government

Cedar LNG would be world's first indigenous owned LNG export terminal
Australian company to buy Arctic Canadian Diamond Company's assets

Australian company to buy Arctic Canadian Diamond Company's assets

YELLOWKNIFE — An Australian company is set to buy all of Arctic Canadian Diamond Company Ltd.'s assets, including the Ekati diamond mine in the Northwest Territories.
Huge Aussie canola crop may hurt Canadian exports

Huge Aussie canola crop may hurt Canadian exports

Australia’s “monstrous” canola harvest has Ken Ball adjusting his Canadian supply and demand numbers. The Australian government’s new official estimate for its 2022-23 crop is a record 8.
Scientists use crab shells to develop battery anodes

Scientists use crab shells to develop battery anodes

Researchers at the Kyushu Institute of Technology and Shandong First Medical University are “upcycling” crab shells to create anode materials for sodium-ion batteries — an up-and-coming competitor to lithium-ion chemistries.
Russian peas to China is a ‘game-changer’

Russian peas to China is a ‘game-changer’

Russian peas are on the way to China, signaling the start of a new era in Canada’s top market for the crop.
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