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LNG Projects in B.C.

Launched in 2011, the Canada Starts Here: BC Jobs Plan was created to help strengthen local economies by getting B.C. products to new markets. The strategy focuses on building infrastructure to get goods to market; creating jobs for families, and creating economic advantages that will leave a lasting legacy for future generations of British Columbians.

As part of this plan, the B.C. government set a goal of having three LNG facilities in operation by 2020.

To achieve this goal, an LNG Strategy was developed which set in motion a plan to build the industry. The strategy captured the attention of large companies and global investors who have since come forward with a variety of LNG proposals, now at various stages of development. Most of these projects are planned for northwest British Columbia in communities such as Kitimat and Prince Rupert. These projects are so significant that they represent the largest private sector investment proposals in the Province’s history.

18
Proposed LNG Projects
9
NEB Export Licences
32
Project Partners


For more information on B.C.’s LNG industry please see the links below:

LNG Strategy

LNG One Year Update

LNG 101

B.C.’s Natural Gas Strategy

LNG in BC Brochure

B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint: Re-Engineering Education and Training