LNG in Northern BC

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There are a number of LNG projects in BC looking to get developed over the next couple of years. What we are looking at are various projects here in Northern BC

We will look at where they are and chance of success for the North

Here is a listing of these projects and throughout the week we will go through each of the

LNG Canada www.lngcanada.ca

Canada’s largest LNG project, under construction and is planned to be in operation in 2025. Phase 1 has two liquefaction trains with a capacity of seven MTPA each, or about 850 MMcf/d. Partners include Shell, Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS), Petronas, Mitsubishi Corporation and PetroChina Company

Cedar LNG www.cedarlng.com

The Haisla Nation holding the majority investment stake, Cedar LNG will be the first majority Indigenous-owned LNG export facility in Canada. Located in Douglas Channel near Kitimat, this floating LNG plant will be designed to receive up to 400 million cubic feet per day of natural gas, to produce approximately 3 to 4 million tonnes of LNG per year for export. The project has been granted a natural gas export licence and has started both provincial and federal environmental impact assessments.

Ksi Lisims LNG www.ksilisimslng.com

Ksi Lisims LNG is a new project being developed on the northwest coast of Canada to export low carbon LNG to markets in Asia. The project represents a unique alliance among the Nisga’a Nation, Rockies LNG and Western LNG

Port Edward LNG https://portedwardlng.com/

A small-scale liquefied natural gas facility planned at Port Edward is the latest project to offer the potential for rate relief for existing customers of Pacific Northern Gas (PNG).

Cancelled Projects

Pacific Northwest LNG and Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project

Partners – Petronas, Japex, Petroleum Brunei, TransCanada Pipelines Corp., Indian Oil Corp. and Sinopec

Prince Rupert LNG and Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission Project

Partners – Shell and Spectra (now Enbridge)

Kitimat LNG and Pacific Trail Pipelines

Partners – Chevron and Woodside Petroleum (Apache withdrew in July 2014, Woodside joined in Dec 2014)

Douglas Channel Energy Partnership and Pacific Northern Gas Looping Project

Partners – Alta Gas Ltd., Idemitsu Kosan Co., EDF Trading Ltd., EXMAR NV and Pacific Northern Gas

Perry Cook
Author: Perry Cook

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