Western LNG, a Houston-based company, is developing its first floating LNG production facility on the upper coast of British Columbia, Canada. The base facility will be a 0.5 mtpa facility and can be expanded to 1 mtpa as additional pipeline capacity becomes available. Innovative technology, strong financial backing and a geographic advantage are core strengths that position the project well in today's market.

Positioned for Success

Strategically located on the northern coast of British Columbia near some of the world's most abundant natural gas reserves in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, the Western LNG facility will have access to vast upstream resources for the life of the project. Because this is a floating facility, there will be virtually no environmental impact at the end of the project's life, after providing a positive economic impact to local communities for many years. We are committed to the cause of reducing the climate impact of oil and coal-fired electric generation overseas, as well as for our project facilities and those of our partners. Finally, we seek to work cooperatively with First Nations and other communities impacted by the project to create economic opportunity, build lasting relationships, and to advancing the well-being and personal development of our employees and partners.

Excellent access to existing, underutilized pipeline infrastructure
Proximity to key LNG demand centers
Location on the Canadian west coast reduces shipping time to market and avoids a key congestion point at the Panama Canal

The Facility

One 0.5 mtpa floating liquefaction platform (FLNG)

Constructed in China by Wison Offshore & Marine, and then delivered to the project site for commercial operations
Baker Hughes/GE single mixed refrigerant LNG train modularly constructed at the Wison yard in China
Feed gas treatment for the removal of CO2, mercury, water, sulfur and other impurities in the feed gas stream
Approximate 17,000 m3 of storage onboard each liquefaction platform

Deep water berths

Innovative floating jetty for both the FLNG and the regular LNG carrier, eliminating the need for undersea piling
Additional connections for power, communications, and other utilities

Onshore process area

Gas metering and receiving facility, boil off gas recompression and a marine flare
Heavies storage & loading area; refrigerant storage area
Shop/warehouse, and office building for local administrative and security functions
Roads, security gates & parking facilities