What We’re Up To

Our team of LNG Canada employees who manned the phones at the 2015 Aluminum City Telethon in Kitimat on October 18th. 
Back: Left to right – Ruth Sulentich, Dana Bellis, Norio Canil, Ken Nagel, Mary-Ellen Proctor
Front: Left to Right – Stephanie Miller, Heli Skitcko, Crystal Talbot, Janet and Brian Munro
What We’re Up To

Answering the community call at the Aluminum City Telethon

LNG Canada was pleased to support the Aluminum City Telethon for a third year in a row. Read more...


What is the transportation process for natural gas?

The process of transporting natural gas from the ground in B.C. to the end user overseas takes about 12 days.  Read more...

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Did You Know?

LNG is natural gas that has been cooled to -162 degrees Celsius, at which temperature it turns into a liquid, and shrinks in volume by 600 times.

Opportunities in LNG

Andy Calitz, LNG Canada CEO (left) signs a placard announcing the LNG Canada - Trades Training Fund while Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour (middle) and Manley McLachlan, president, BC Construction Association (right) look on
Opportunities in LNG

Committing to B.C. trades training

We've made a commitment to advancing the skilled trades training of British Columbians through the announcement of the LNG Canada Trades Training Fund Read more...

Working Together

Pitching in at the Kitimat River Clean Up

For a third consecutive year, LNG Canada was a proud sponsor of the Annual Kitimat River Clean Up event. Read more...



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What’s the best thing to do on a rainy day in Kitimat?

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The Project

INFOCUS: LNG Canada’s community newsletter – September, ...

The latest edition of LNG Canada’s community newsletter, INFOCUS, is here!  Read more...

Summer Students (left to right) Paige Gould, Tasia Payne and Sarah Maitland with with the LNG Canada entry

YouTube Channel

Check out more LNG Canada videos on our YouTube Channel.


Check out photos from events that LNG Canada has been a part of on our Flickr page.

Safety & Environment

Our Environmental Assessment Certificate has been issued

The CEAA has approved LNG Canada’s Environmental Assessment (EA) and the B.C. EAO has issued us an EA Certificate. Read more...

Environmental Studies

Media Centre

B.C. and LNG Canada announce funding to advance skills training

Employers in the construction sector will now be able to apply for funding to help their current and future employees upgrade their skills, thanks to two complementary funding programs announced by the B.C. government and LNG Canada.