BC Government approves Cedar LNG project


Cedar LNG Partners, a Haisla majority-owned partnership with Pembina Pipeline Corporation, has been awarded an environmental assessment certificate for a propose electrified floating LNG facility and marine export terminal in Kitimat, Canada.

Positioned to leverage Canada’s sustainable supply of natural gas, the facility will be supplied from the Coastal GasLink pipeline and will have capacity to export three million tonnes of LNG per annum.

Cedar LNG has made several innovative design decisions to minimise the project’s environmental footprint and ensure it is one of the lowest-emitting LNG facilities globally. As part of this, the facility will be powered by renewable electricity from BCHydro.

George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, and Josie Osborn, Minister of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation, issued the British Columbia environmental certificate after considering the environmental assessment conducted by BC’s Environmental Assessment Office (EAO).

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