Squamish Nation Conditionally Approves Woodfibre LNG Terminal

The Globe and Mail reports that the Squamish Nation Council has voted to grant an environmental certificate for the proposed Woodfibre LNG liquefaction and export terminal near Squamish, British Columbia (B.C.), conditioned upon Woodfibre LNG complying with all the conditions imposed by the Squamish Nation.  According to the article, the Squamish Nation was primarily concerned with the impact on small fish of warm chlorinated water discharged from the facility’s planned cooling system.  The B.C. Environmental Assessment Office will make a separate assessment of the project.



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