Liquefied Natural Gas Projects
To see a visual representation of LNG projects in B.C., view the current export facilities and pipelines map (PDF, 1MB).
LNG Canada was the first large-scale LNG export facility to announce a final investment decision in British Columbia. The project is a joint venture partnership between Shell, PETRONAS, PetroChina, Mitsubishi Corporation and KOGAS to build an export facility in Kitimat, British Columbia.
Status: Final investment decision announced, preliminary construction activities underway.
Connecting pipeline: Coastal GasLink
Kitimat LNG is a partnership between Chevron Canada Ltd. and Woodside Energy International (Canada) Ltd. to build an export facility in Bish Cove, near Kitimat, British Columbia.
Status: Proposed, environmental assessment certificate issued.
Connecting pipeline: Pacific Trail Pipeline
FortisBC is expanding this facility to accommodate LNG demands. The Tilbury Pacific Marine Jetty is proposed to support export from the facility. Tilbury LNG has been in operation since 1971. It’s located on Tilbury Island in Delta, British Columbia.
Status: Proposed - marine jetty expansion subject to review under the B.C. Environmental Assessment Act and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.
Connecting pipeline: FortisBC pipeline infrastructure
Woodfibre LNG is a small-scale LNG proposal owned by Pacific Oil and Gas located in Squamish, British Columbia.
Status: Proposed, environmental certification completed.
Connecting pipeline: Eagle Mountain