2013

LNG Export Licence

National Energy Board (NEB) grants export license for 2.1 MTPA (million tons per annum) of LNG for 25 years (December 2013)

2014

Power Supply

Woodfibre LNG announces decision to power facility with electricity from BC Hydro instead of natural gas over community and local First Nations concerns over air quality (May 2014)

2015

Provincial Government Approval

British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office (BC EAO) approval obtained (October 2015)

Squamish Nation Approval

Squamish Nation grants environmental approval for Woodfibre LNG Project and signs environmental agreement (October 2015)

2016

Federal Government Approval

Canadian Environmental Assessment Office’s (CEAA) approval obtained (March 2016)

Power Supply

B.C. government through BC Hydro provides competitive electricity rate for electric-driven liquefaction facilities (November 2016)

2017

LNG Export Licence

Increases the term of the license granted in 2013 from 25 years to 40 years. (April 2017)

Provincial Government Approval

BC EAO approves change in cooling technology following Squamish Nation’s selection of air cooling for LNG plant (July 2017)

2018

Power Supply

B.C. government confirms commitment to provide competitive rate for LNG facilities that are powered by electricity from BC Hydro (March 2018)

Federal Government Approval

CEAA approves change in cooling technology following Squamish Nation’s selection of air cooling for LNG plant (March 2018)

2019

Facilities Permit

We received the BC Oil and Gas Commission facilities permit (July, 2019)