Environmental Assessment of Woodfibre LNG Project Paused For First Nation Consultations

The Vancouver Sun reports that the British Columbia (B.C.) Environmental Assessment Office has, at Woodfibre LNG’s request, suspended its review of Woodfibre LNG’s proposed 2.1 million metric tonnes/year liquefaction and LNG export terminal near Squamish, B.C., to permit Woodfibre LNG to address concerns of the Squamish Nation.  According to the article, the “assessment will resume once the province is ‘satisfied with the information provided and with the adequacy of consultation with Squamish Nation.’”



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