Port Edward LNG ticks the boxes – First Nations LNG Alliance

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Port Edward LNG ticks the boxes – First Nations LNG Alliance

by ahnationtalk on August 11, 202266 Views

August 11, 2022

Port Edward LNG is a planned small-scale LNG plant in BC, but has some giant-scale work to do before it can begin to build on its site.

“From a topographical perspective, it’s the side of a mountain,” says President Chris Hilliard. “We have to take a 30-degree slope of solid rock and turn that into level ground.

“So, at one point, on the uphill side of our site, there will be a 22-metre high rock wall, which is the side of Mount Stewart.”

That site is two kilometres east of the main townsite area of Port Edward, which is 9 km south of Prince Rupert as the crow flies.

Though it offers that big rock-blasting challenge, the site has some key advantages.

Read More: https://www.fnlngalliance.com/2022/08/11/port-edward-lng-ticks-the-boxes/

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