LNG canada | Opportunity for British Columbia. Energy for the world

What We’re Up To

LNG Canada’s External Affairs Director, Susannah Pierce, will be moderating a panel on “Managing Risks, Creating Value”
What We’re Up To

Forums galore

Two new forums are happening this week: the 2015 BC Natural Resource Forum & the 3rd Annual Market Expansion Forum  Read more...

YouTube Channel

Check out more LNG Canada videos on our YouTube Channel.


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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The Project

INFOCUS: The year-end edition of our community newsletter

The latest edition of INFOCUS focuses on LNG Canada’s social investments since 2012.  Read more...

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Let us know

Over the course of 2015, which topics will you be most interested in learning more about?

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Working Together

Keeping the conversation going

How would you describe the members of the Community Advisory Group? “Passionate, energized and ready to be involved,” says Ruth Sulentich Read more...

Left to Right: Derek Collier, Ruth Sulentich, Ron Burnett, Wendy Kraft, Kathy Doyle, Hans Sanou, Marilyn Furlan, Virginia Charron, Wendy Kraft, Doug Thomson, Linda Slanina, Dennis Horwood, Marianne Sweet, Dave Pernarowski (Group Facilitator)
Missing – Mary-Ellen Proctor, Cheryl Brown, Ken Maitland

Safety & Environment

Thank you for providing feedback on our EA Application!

Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide feedback on our Environmental Assessment Application. Read more...


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?

Shell helped pioneer LNG, establishing the world’s first commercial gas liquefaction plant in 1964.

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