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Grassy Point LNG Project

Woodside Energy Holdings Pty Ltd. proposes to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility at Grassy Point, approximately 30 kilometres north of Prince Rupert, British Columbia. As proposed, the project would convert processed natural gas, delivered by a third party pipeline, into LNG for export to global markets. Two main options are being considered for the project: an onshore LNG facility and a nearshore facility, each incorporating LNG trains, associated services, and marine facilities. The operational phase of the proposed LNG facility is foreseen to be at least 25 years, with full build-out capacity expected to be 20 million tonnes per year.


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April 5, 2018 - The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency terminated the environmental assessment process of the designated project at the request of the proponent.

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