Woodfibre LNG releases Roadmap to Net Zero

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Woodfibre LNG has released its Roadmap to Net Zero, a tangible plan to achieve net zero emissions by the time operations start in 2027, 23 years ahead of government regulation. This roadmap will see Woodfibre LNG be the first LNG export facility in the world to achieve net zero, and includes commitments to be net zero both through the construction stage of the Project and during operations.

Woodfibre LNG is able to achieve net zero in part because of early stage decisions aligned with the Indigenous-led environmental assessment process conducted by the Squamish Nation, which resulted in the Nation’s own environmental assessment agreement related to the Project in 2015. Among these was the commitment for electric compressors using renewable hydroelectricity from BC Hydro, resulting in 14 times fewer emissions than a conventional LNG facility.

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