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Fort Nelson LNG Plant

The Fort Nelson LNG Plant is the first small-scale LNG plant proposed by KT Energy in Canada.

The Plant will be located in the Maxhamish area, 130 km northwest of Fort Nelson, in Northeast British Columbia. With accesses to Highway 97 and Highway 77, Fort Nelson is a gateway to long-haul LNG supply to Northern BC, Northwest Territories, Yukon Territories, and Alaska. Fort Nelson is also connected through CNs rail network as the most northern terminus in British Columbia. The existing natural gas pipeline network runs to Fort Nelson. There is no natural gas supply via pipeline network to the west or north of Fort Nelson. The Plant and LNG transportation as well as the terminal system will serve as a virtual pipeline network to supply natural gas to off-grid communities, and industrial and commercial clients in this region.

KT Energy received the LNG Facility Permit from the British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission (BC OGC) in March 2017. The facility is scheduled for commissioning in late 2018. The initial capacity will be approximately 20,000 gallons of LNG per day. Subsequent expansion will be tailored to market conditions.

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