KLNG_Bish Cove site aerial 2

Key stats

10 mtpa
initial downstream capacity, approved for export by the National Energy Board
480 km
length of proposed Pacific Trail Pipeline
First Nations groups along the pipeline right of way have signed benefits agreements

We are committed to working with Chevron Canada, First Nations, government and community stakeholders to progress the proposed Kitimat LNG Project.

The proposed development concept includes developing natural gas resources found in shale and tight rock formations in the Liard and Horn River Basins in north-east British Columbia.

Gas would be transported by the proposed 480 kilometre Pacific Trail Pipeline to a liquefaction and export facility at Bish Cove near the Port of Kitimat, 643 kilometres north of Vancouver.

The joint venture continues to focus on appraisal of the Liard Basin, generating a cost-competitive LNG solution at the Kitimat site and securing sufficient LNG sales commitments.

All images provided courtesy of Chevron Canada.

Project Map

The Liard and Horn River Basins are part of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin in British Columbia, covering approximately 600,000 acres (100% project).
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Existing Trunkline
Proposed Trunkline

Participating interests

Contingent resources (2014 estimates): 10.5 Tcf (1C), 15.0 Tcf (2C), 40.0 Tcf (3C)

Chevron Canada Ltd (operator)50%
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Kitimat LNG Upstream Liard night shot
The Kitimat resources are considered to be some of the world's best unconventional hydrocarbons.
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