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From the proponent's project description:

The Woodfibre LNG Project is a proposed small-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing and export facility, located approximately seven kilometres southwest of Squamish, British Columbia. The Project would be located on an existing industrial site, the former Woodfibre pulp mill, which is well suited for conversion to a LNG facility. Natural gas would be delivered to the Woodfibre site through the existing and expanded FortisBC pipeline, where it would be liquefied and loaded into carriers for shipment. It is currently anticipated that the Project could export approximately two million tonnes of LNG per year, which is about one-tenth of the anticipated volume of some of the large LNG projects proposed for northern B.C. Based on the current project schedule, and subject to environmental approvals, we anticipate that the Woodfibre LNG Project could be operational by the first quarter of 2017.


View the project's BC Environmental Assessment Office material here.

View the project's Canadian Environmental Assessment Office material
here.

Read an insightful newspaper article, here.

Read about the sole owner of Woodfibre LNG
here.