Kitimat

Kitimat LNG

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Project Description
Chevron and Woodside Petroleum propose to develop and operate an LNG export terminal at Bish Cove near Kitimat. The terminal would include LNG loading, storage, natural gas delivery, liquefaction and export facilities. Delivery of gas to the terminal would be via pipeline, approximately 15 km long, from the Pacific Trail Pipelines, which will be connected to the existing Spectra Energy’s Westcoast Pipeline system.
Capacity
Export capacity of 3.5–5 million tons per year.The project calls for an initial storage capacity of two 210,000 m3 LNG tanks with potential for future expansion.
Cost
$36 billion
 
Status
Since July 2015, the company has been carrying out pre-construction activities on the natural gas Pacific Trail Pipeline (PTP) south of Houston and Smithers.
Timeline
Subject to final approval, development will require 4–5 years.
For further detailed information please see: http://www.kitimatlngfacility.com/
Last modified on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 11:57

LNG Canada and Coastal GasLink Pipeline

LNG Canada and Coastal GasLink Pipeline
Project Description
LNG Canada was formally announced in May 2012. Project partners Shell Canada, Korea Gas, Mitsubishi Corp, PetroChina Co. Ltd. are proposing to build and operate a two billion cubic feet/day LNG export terminal.
In June 2012, TransCanada PipeLines announced it has been selected by the joint venture partners to develop an approximately 700 km pipeline to supply the facility.
 
Capacity
LNG Canada will initially consist of two LNG processing units, referred to as “trains”, each with the capacity to produce six million tons per annum of LNG, bringing annual capacity to 12 million tons with an option for future expansion.
 
Cost 
$12 billion
 
Status and Timeline
February 6, 2018 - A final investment decision from LNG Canada is expected later this year.  LNG Canada is scheduled to hold an open house in Kitimate, the last weekend in February 2018
 
For further detailed information please see: http://lngcanada.ca/
Last modified on Tuesday, 06 February 2018 14:49

Pacific Future Energy Project

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Project Description
The Pacific Future Energy Refinery Project is a proposal to build and operate a bitumen oil refinery in northwest British Columbia in Kitimat. The corporation is proposing to power the project with clean energy, with the goal to open markets for Canadian bitumen through the creation of refined product. 
 
Capacity
The refinery will have an input capacity of 200,000 barrels per day of bitumen.
 
Status and timeline
The project is in the early stage of engineering design. On January 14, 2016, Pacific Future Energy Corporation filed its formal Project Description with the BC Environmental Assessment Office and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.  On June 17, 2016 the company submitted their final Project Description document. The governmental review process is expected to take up to two years.
Last modified on Tuesday, 06 February 2018 15:10