Media Kit


About LNG Canada

The LNG Canada joint venture is building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada, which will initially consist of two LNG processing units referred to as “trains”. LNG Canada is a joint venture comprised of Royal Dutch Shell plc, through its affiliate Shell Canada Energy (40%); PETRONAS, through its wholly-owned entity, North Montney LNG Limited Partnership (25%); PetroChina Company Limited, through its subsidiary PetroChina Canada Ltd. (15%); Mitsubishi Corporation, through its subsidiary Diamond LNG Canada Partnership (15%); and Korea Gas Corporation, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Kogas Canada LNG Ltd (5%). It is operated through LNG Canada Development Inc.


Photos & Renderings

Updated January 9, 2020

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Progress continues on construction of Cedar Valley Lodge. Manufacturing commenced in the first quarter of 2019 and is planned to continue through the first quarter of 2020.
Bird-ATCO (right click to download)
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This is an artist’s rendering illustrating the project at full build-out and may not be to scale. Colours and specific features including final location of certain elements and materials to be used are subject to change based on our ongoing evaluations.
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View of the fish ladder at Anderson Creek. Working together with its environmental experts and Ledcor-Haisla, LNG Canada has built a fish ladder, allowing salmon access to up to 3,500 square meters of habitat for spawning, rearing and overwintering.
LNG Canada (right click to download)
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Terminal A Extension. LNG Canada is building a new terminal for Rio Tinto in exchange for Terminal B.
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Terminal A Extension. LNG Canada is building a new terminal for Rio Tinto in exchange for Terminal B.
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Dredging activities at the marine offloading facility (MOF) in the Douglas channel. Part of construction activities include re-purposing the wharf terminal so it can receive LNG carriers.
JGC Fluor (right click to download)
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View looking South to Material Offloading facility (MOF) and terminal, March 8th, 2020.
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Media Contact

For media inquiries related to the LNG Canada project, contact [email protected].

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