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What We’re Up To

LNG Canada’s Application for an Environmental Assessment (EA) Certificate for its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Kitimat, B.C. has been accepted by the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) and in November, entered the 180-day Application Review Phase.
What We’re Up To

LNG Canada Enters EA Application Review Phase

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Working Together

A Grand Greeting

LNG Canada is very proud to sponsor the Mount Elizabeth Middle School Unity Totem Pole which was unveiled at a pole raising event on November 20, 2014.  Read more...

The Mount Elizabeth Middle School Unity Totem Pole

FAQ

What’s different about LNG Canada?

With so many LNG projects being proposed in British Columbia, it can be challenging to tell them apart. Read more...

Photo Shoot - LNG Demo

Safety & Environment

Reminder: The EAO Public Comment Period closes December 22

It’s not too late to submit your feedback on LNG Canada’s Environmental Assessment (EA) Application Read more...

Environmental Studies

The Project

More powerful news

Today, GE Oil & Gas announced that LNG Canada has selected GE’s high-efficiency gas turbine, as well as their compressor technologies to help power our proposed facility. Read more...

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Opportunities in LNG

LNG Canada  held local contracting events in December to introduce our main contractor, CFSW LNG Constructors, to the community.
Opportunities in LNG

Local business: getting to know you

Recently LNG Canada held local contracting events to introduce our main contractor, CFSW LNG Constructors, to the community. Read more...

Did You Know?

Our project will generate an estimated $94M in municipal and regional taxes during project construction

Media Centre

LNG Canada Enters EA Application Review Phase

LNG Canada’s Application for an Environmental Assessment (EA) Certificate has been accepted by the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office

November 7, 2014

News & Events

Open Houses and Lunch & Learns

Attend a Lunch & Learn or Open House, to learn more about our EA Application

November 14, 2014

Explore the story of natural gas in B.C.

Come see how a molecule of natural gas turns into liquefied natural gas (LNG)

July 4, 2014