The natural gas industry in B.C. is still paying hundreds of millions in royalties and taxes.

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas stories and providing research and facts to counter misinformation about the oil and gas industry.

News Headline:

Narwhal author claims B.C. losing billions due to royalty credits.

Natural gas royalty credits cost B.C. $1 billion more than expected over last four years

The Facts:

The natural gas industry in B.C. is still paying hundreds of millions in royalties and taxes.


Here is a story that gets it right

Chief not ready to give up on Keystone XL

Nekaneet First Nation Chief Alvin Francis, president of Natural Law Energy isn’t backing down from the fight for Keystone XL. Natural Law Energy was working on a billion-dollar stake in the pipeline, but that has been kiboshed. He says that President Biden’s cancelation of the project also puts deals with Indigenous tribes to create jobs and economic growth off the table. According to Francis, TC Energy was working on joint venture partnerships with groups on the U.S. side of the border. He believes that part of that discussion with the Biden administration has to include the science around the pipeline that makes it environmentally safe and the ongoing need for oil and is hopeful that the project will eventually go through, politics aside.

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