Woodfibre LNG will begin building British Columbia’s first liquefied natural gas processing and export terminal in 2017.
The facility will be located just north of the city of Vancouver and is expected to export 2.1 million tonnes a year once it is operational in 2020.
The British Columbia government, has said it's eager to develop an LNG industry and is pleased to welcome the C$1.6 billion project. According to officials, it will be the largest private sector investments in the southern part of the province.
Woodfibre has further announced the project would bring about 650 construction jobs, 100 full-time jobs to the terminal, and a dozen or so administration-related jobs to the area.
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