Eighteen liquefied natural gas proposals have been put forward in northern BC to date, making the scale of proposed development unprecedented. Some of these proposed projects are simply speculative, but others have cleared environmental assessments and obtained export licenses.
Each of the proposals is operating independently from one another, meaning they each have separate environmental assessment deadlines, open houses, site locations and pipeline routes. This makes it very challenging for local residents to keep track and meaningfully engage with each proposal.
Pipelines Map FACILITIES MAP TABLE OF PROPOSED PROJECTS
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Petronas | Japex | Petroleum Brunei | TransCanada Pipelines Corp. | Indian Oil Corp. | Sinopec
Royal Dutch Shell | Spectra
Shell Canada | Korea Gas Corp. | Mitsubishi Corporation | PetroChina Company Ltd. | TransCanada Pipelines Corp.
Chevron | Woodside Petroleum (Apache withdrew in July 2014, Woodside joined in Dec 2014)
Alta Gas Ltd. | Idemitsu Kosan Co. | EDF Trading Ltd. | EXMAR NV| Pacific Northern Gas
There are several more unconventional gas and LNG export proposals for northern BC. They are at various stages of development but have not yet entered the environmental assessment process.