Kitsault Energy Plans Energy Corridor/Export Terminal

July 2014, Vol. 241, No. 7

Kitsault Energy proposes a dedicated energy corridor and energy export terminal near Kitsault, British Columbia, Canada.

The multiphase project will cost an estimated $10-30 billion. Phase 1 calls for a 48-inch pipeline from northeast B.C. to Kitsault, B.C., a floating LNG and port facility. If constructed, Phase 1 will allow KE and its partners to export as much as 20 million tons of natural gas per year in 5 million ton increments. Phase 2 calls for future expansions.