Pacific NorthWest LNG will be supplied from natural gas developments in northeast B.C. Natural gas will be transported to the site by a pipeline – the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project – that will be built and operated by TransCanada Pipelines. The pipeline project represents an investment of $5 billion in British Columbia.
The proposed 900-kilometre pipeline is still determining its final route as it engages with stakeholders and First Nations along the pipeline route. The initial pipeline capacity is expected to be 2 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day, with the ability to expand to 3.6 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day.
For more information about the pipeline, please visit the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project website.