Updated – January 2017: In October 2016, Squamish Nation Chiefs and Council voted to select air cooling as the cooling technique Woodfibre LNG Limited will use to cool its LNG facility. Find out more woodfibrelng.ca/squamish-nation-announces-decision-on-woodfibre-lng-plant-cooling-technology/.
Thank you for the question.
The maximum increase in water temperature at the diffuser of the proposed seawater cooling will be 10oC.
As for your request for a calculation – it is not part of the environmental assessment process. If you are interested in doing your own calculation, you are welcome to review the data in Section 5.10 of our Environmental Assessment Certificate Application.