The facility will produce 26 million tons per year of liquefied natural gas.
Last month Petronas pulled the plug on the Pacific Northwest LNG project.
The cost of regulatory delay imposed upon LNG investments in B.C. could reach C$24.8 billion per year by 2025.
More than 25 First Nation communities in the province have signed LNG development agreements with project proponents.
The University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy has put out an important report that sheds light on an under-discussed dimension of Canada’s energy export challenge: the time factor.