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Elk Falls will once again be a busy hive of activity should an LNG terminal be built.
For the people of Prince Rupert and Campbell River there is good news at last over the fate of the closed pulp mills that cost each city valuable jobs. The deepsea docks at Watson Island in Prince Rupert — the site of the former Skeena Cell...
The bulk carrier revolution - September 4 2013
Bulk carriers off Spanish Banks on the West Coast. Photo credit: BC Shipping News
In my view, it was never a revolution as it is sometimes termed. The evolution of the single-deck ship dates back to the steel windjammers of the 1870s and later when a succession of large sailing ship bulk carriers came into being. They were built...
WCMRC's newest oil spill response vessel, the M.J. Green. Photo courtesy of Seaspan ULC.
Throughout the debates on the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project and the proposed Kinder Morgan expansion, numerous references have been made to the need for a “world-leading” or “world-class” oil spill response regime. So wh...
Navy vessels like HMCS Winnipeg and Protecteur are keeping Victoria Shipyards busy.
A dramatic metamorphosis is underway in the B.C. shipbuilding and repair industry. As millions of dollars are applied to the biggest recent upgrade in the industry’s history, the emphasis is going from the repair and refit business of the r...
By Ray Dykes, PR Plus The lineup for potential LNG terminals in British Columbia is impressive...and some may even end up being built. There are at least three LNG terminal proposals current for Kitimat and another two storming along for the Po...