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"OIL INDUSTRY

Lobbying with François Legault to support the energy industry

Posted on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 5:56 p.m."


"The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), which represents the petroleum and natural gas industry, now has a lobbying mandate with the Premier of Quebec, François Legault, to ensure that the province ties in with new federal measures to promote the revival of the Canadian energy industry, in which GNL QuĂ©bec's Énergie Saguenay project is part.

Registration on the Quebec Lobbyists Registry was completed on May 26. It includes the President of the CAPP, Tim McMillan. The only public office holder covered by the mandate is the Premier of Quebec.

The mandate concerns communications concerning the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the upstream petroleum and natural gas industry (production and transportation) in order to encourage the Quebec government to take guidance in in support of measures adopted by the federal government to support the recovery of the Canadian energy sector. The approach aims to encourage the return of investments in Canada
The association talks about new standards for clean fuels and support for large companies, including the petroleum industry.

The inscription directly mentions the LNG Quebec natural gas liquefaction plant project at the port of Grande-Anse, in Saguenay. It highlights the potential of specific projects, such as the Énergie Saguenay project, which would create nearly 6,000 direct and indirect jobs during its development phase, as well as 1,100 direct and indirect jobs once in operation.

The association demands that the provincial and federal governments work together.

CAPP says it is the voice of Canada's upstream petroleum and natural gas industry, according to the terms of reference. We encourage responsible growth in our sector by advocating economic competitiveness as well as safe, socially and environmentally responsible practices, can also be read.

A BAPE in the fall

As a reminder, the Énergie Saguenay project must be studied in the fall by the Office of Public Hearings on the Environment (BAPE), in a formula that has not yet been decided, because the commissioners have not been appointed.

The other half of the project led by Gazoduq, the 780 km gas pipeline that will connect the plant to the distribution network that currently goes to northeastern Ontario, will be jointly analyzed by the Canadian Impact Assessment Agency and BAPE. GNL Québec and Gazoduq are two subsidiaries of the same company.

In March, Gazoduq also made a change to its mandate to the Registry of Lobbyists of Quebec in order to obtain financial support from the government for the realization of the project.
However, such a mention is already found in the initial declaration of GNL Québec in 2014."


http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1714957/gnl-quebec-energie-saguenay-gaz-naturel



Redigert 25.06.2020 kl 09:29 Du mÄ logge inn for Ä svare
Chris85
30.06.2020 kl 18:43 1117

Dessverre kan det se ut slik at styret er mer opptatt av lÞnningsposen enn aksjonÊrenes interesser og verdier i qec. Den nye styremedlemmen fikk nye opsjoner fra dag 1.. kan lure pÄ om dette var gulroten

Det brukes mye penger pÄ styremedlemmene med binna i spissen men de oppnÄr ikke en drit...mÄ vÊre det slappeste ekstrajobbet noensinne
Redigert 30.06.2020 kl 18:49 Du mÄ logge inn for Ä svare
Vikingen
30.06.2020 kl 20:30 1034

De har omrĂ„der i Jordan, Montney og Quebec - de er medejere af RL - de er i gang med at udvikle “clean gas”.
Man skulle mene at de burde kunne komme med lidt Updates til deres investorer en gang i mellem - meeeen nej.
Der kommer intet og hvis sandheden er, at der ikke er fremskridt i noget som helst, sĂ„ er jeg godt nok skuffet 🙁
Redigert 30.06.2020 kl 20:30 Du mÄ logge inn for Ä svare
Pick Up
30.06.2020 kl 21:13 979

Eller fÞler du deg lurt? Uansett hva Binnion kaller og prÞver Ä kamuflere det som, er skiferutvinng forbudt i Quebec. Hvis du googler pÄ "clean" i energisammenheng, vil du finne ut at dette er blitt et moteord som det har gÄtt inflasjon i innen energiindustrien. Binnion opererer dessuten med lÄnte fjÊr nÄr han bruker uttrykket clean tech. Her i Norge har jeg klart Ä spore uttrykket helt tilbake til 2002 og da i langt mer relevante sammenghenger enn fossil energi.

Utdrag fra
https://cleantechies.com/2011/02/03/top-ten-highlights-of-cleantech-in-norway/op

Ten Highlights of Cleantech in Norway

CleanTechies.com Contributor Renewable Energy April 13, 2015

Starting in 2006, the government of Norway created a target of reaching 30 Terra Watt hours of elevated annual production of energy efficiency and renewable energy by 2016. Currently, the power system in Norway is hydropower dominated. Over the last few years, due to the investment the Norwegian government has made to increase efforts in the development ofsources for renewable energy, the impact of cleantech in this Nordic country can be greatly felt.

1) Cleantech Investment. Because of the importance of cleantech in the nation, the government has provided more than $3 billion dollars into the cleantech initiative in Norway that will last through the year 2013. The aim of the investment is to bring about benefits in energy efficiency, clean energy, water technologies, carbon capture and storage, and the management of pollution and waste. The Minister of Finance states that sustainable growth projects will get a majority of the investment.

2) Norwegian government also established 8 world class research centres for renewable energy in February 2009. The centres are Research Centre for Offshore Wind Technology, The Norwegian Research Centre for Solar Cell Technology, Bioenergy Innovation Centre, and Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy, The research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings, International, CCS Research Centre, Norwegian, Centre for Offshore Wind Energy, and SUbsurface CO2 storage.

3) The establishment of ENOVA has been an important boost to the renewable industry in Norway. Enova was officially created on June 22, 2001 and became operational on January 1, 2002. Enova is a public enterprise owned by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Enova’s main mission is to contribute to environmentally sound and rational use and production of energy, relying on financial instruments and incentives to stimulate market actors and mechanisms to achieve national energy policy goals. The establishment of Enova signals a shift in Norway’s organization and implementation of its energy efficiency and renewable energy policy.

Forts. 
Redigert 01.07.2020 kl 10:34 Du mÄ logge inn for Ä svare

Efter min mening stÄr vi i en meget mÊrkelig situation - og har gjort det lÊnge.....
Jeg har efterhÄnden haft aktier i mange forskellige firmaer - men QEC er suverÊn den dÄrligste til at informere deres investorer.

Nogen der kan finde en frisk liste over de 20 stĂžrste aktionĂŠrer?

GÄr bra ser jeg. Vingeklippede Qec bÞr snart bÊres til skifteretten, ingen aksjonÊrer har fÄtt noe av binna.

Vikingen
Du kan ikke forvente at Binnion skal informere om prosjekter som gÄr skeis. Han har tross alt over 17 mill. aksjer bundet opp i Qec. Hadde det vÊrt noe positivt Ä melde, ville du ganske sikkert hÞrt om det. Ellers synes jeg Binnion har vÊrt usedvanlig dyktig til Ä produsere meldinger eller Ä koke suppe pÄ en spiker som vi sier her i Norge. Bare se hvor mye vivak han har klart Ä lage ut av pilot prosjektet til tross for at det fortsatt er halvferdig og har fÄtt minimal interesse fra myndighetene.
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This Liberal are a poison that the Canadians need to get rid of

"Letter: Federal government needs to do more to support workers in the energy sector

Pipeline News

JULY 2, 2020 09:14 AM"

"The editor:

As Canadians, we are fortunate to live in a country with vast and abundant natural resources. The development of these resources is, and will be, a cornerstone of our economy for generations – despite industry challenges including destructive Liberal policies, foreign nations manipulating the price of oil to try and destroy North American production and reduced demand for energy because of COVID-19"

"Carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) is a global environmental solution, and something the international community sees as a key component of a low-carbon future. We have seen firsthand how using CCS on retrofitted coal-fired power plants can achieve significant reductions in emissions.

The Boundary Dam Power Station already reduced emissions equivalent to taking over 750,000 cars off the road.

This technology can also be utilized in other high emissions industries, such as cement factories, some of the largest CO2 emitters worldwide. Just last month, a new CCS project in Alberta was approved to take emissions from a factory and refinery near Edmonton and to pump that CO2 underground into old oil reservoirs.

Western Canadian technology is leading in protecting the environment and job creation. The energy industry continues to come up with innovative ways to do this, whether through using CCS technology, enhanced oil recovery, developing and using geothermal energy and much more."

Link to the entire article:

https://www.pipelinenews.ca/opinion/letters-to-the-editor/letter-federal-government-needs-to-do-more-to-support-workers-in-the-energy-sector-1.24163749