What We’re Up To

(left to right) Kim Baird, Jock Finlayson, Andy Calitz and Iain Black during the panel discussion at the LNG Canada VBOT event on October 2nd, 2015
What We’re Up To

Taking the time to build it right: Andy Calitz at VBOT

LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz addressed a sold-out crowd in Vancouver on October 2nd, hosted by the Vancouver Board of Trade. Read more...


What effects could the project have on the community?

One of LNG Canada’s most important responsibilities in building an LNG export facility and related infrastructure is to ensure that the proposed project does not lead to significant effects on the health of the community. Read more...

Did You Know?

About one ship per day will travel to and from the LNG facility once Phase 2 is complete, and half as many ships will visit the facility in Phase 1.

Working Together

Attention students: the AquaVan is coming to Kitimat!

The start of the school year is about to get a lot more exciting for students and ocean-enthusiasts in the North Coast of B.C. Read more...

Students learn about ocean life during a presentation hosted by the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre’s mobile education program, AquaVan

Opportunities in LNG

After one of our recent Local Contracting events, our local benefits team, comprised of LNG Canada and CFSW team members, poses for a photo in Terrace
Opportunities in LNG

Getting down to business

We are encouraging local businesses to register their interest in potential upcoming opportunities with the project.  Read more...


Let Us Know

What are you most looking forward to if the LNG Canada project goes ahead?

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The Project

An update on field work

We will be conducting some investigative work at our proposed marine terminal site over the coming weeks. Read more...

People pointing at stuff.

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


Community BBQ and open house – September 15, 2015

You are invited to join us for a burger and learn more about our proposed project.

Media Centre

LNG Canada Receives Provincial and Federal Approval for Environmental Assessment

LNG Canada announced today that the CEAA has approved the project’s Environmental Assessment and the B.C. EAO has issued an Environmental Assessment Certificate for its proposed four train LNG export terminal in Kitimat, B.C.