TILBURY PACIFIC LNG MARINE TERMINAL

at Tilbury Island

We’re proposing to build a marine terminal in the Fraser River on a former industrial site next to FortisBC’s Tilbury liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Delta, B.C.

TILBURY PACIFIC LNG MARINE TERMINAL

at Tilbury Island

We’re proposing to build a marine terminal in the Fraser River on a former industrial site next to FortisBC’s Tilbury liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Delta, B.C.

How Tilbury Pacific Will Connect B.C.’s LNG to the World

This facility would become a vital link in the LNG chain on the West Coast to supply low-emission fuel to a new generation of ocean-going vessels. It would also have the capability to export B.C.-produced energy to customers across the Pacific.

Tilbury Pacific could open the door to B.C.’s abundant natural gas resources to provide communities here at home and overseas with the energy they need while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution.

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How Tilbury Pacific Will Connect B.C.’s LNG to the World

This facility would become a vital link in the LNG chain on the West Coast to supply low-emission fuel to a new generation of ocean-going vessels. It would also have the capability to export B.C.-produced energy to customers across the Pacific.

Tilbury Pacific could open the door to B.C.’s abundant natural gas resources to provide communities here at home and overseas with the energy they need while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution.

Video: Introducing Tilbury Pacific

Tilbury Pacific would create a vital West Coast hub to supply a new generation of ocean-going vessels, helping B.C. play a leading role in the global shift to lower emissions energy choices.

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BC EAO extends application review timeline to allow for supplemental assessment of marine LNG bunkering demand

Tilbury Jetty Ltd. Partnership is proposing to conduct a supplemental assessment of the Tilbury Marine Jetty to consider a scenario where  bunker vessels could call at the jetty more frequently than  currently…

Environmental assessment public comment period begins

The B.C. Environmental Assessment Office is initiating a public comment period for the Tilbury Marine Jetty. A 30-day comment period will start on Aug. 5 and end on Sep. 7. The public is invited to comment on the draft…

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