Kitsault Energy filed an application with Canada’s National Energy Board to export 20 million tonnes of LNG per year from a proposed terminal at Kitsault, British Columbia.
According to the Financial Post article, a final investment decision on the project is expected by the end of 2014.
The project will be located at the town of Kitsault, north of Prince Rupert on Alice Arm, which was constructed in the early 1980s by U.S. mining conglomerate Phelps Dodge.
Phase 1 of the project will include a pipeline from North East British Columbia at Dawson Creek, Canada to Kitsault, BC (East to West), and will include a Floating LNG Port Facility.
Phase 2 will bring a North to South pipeline from Fort Nelson to Dawson Creek, BC. Phase 3 will include a land based LNG Plant, and LNG Export Facility at Kitsault, BC.
LNG World News Staff, December 31, 2013