The Impact Assessment Agency of Canada has accepted an initial project description for the proposed Tilbury Phase 2 LNG expansion project, located on Tilbury Island, in Delta, British Columbia.
The unique circumstances arising from COVID-19 have presented challenges to the usual approaches of undertaking meaningful public engagement and Indigenous consultation. The agency continues to assess the situation with key participants, adjust consultation and engagement activities, and provide flexibility as needed in order to prioritise the health and safety of all Canadians.
The agency is now inviting the public and Indigenous groups to review the summary of the initial project description and provide feedback related to the proposed project. Comments received will support the Agency and British Columbia's Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) in the preparation of a joint Summary of Issues and Engagement for the project. Once completed, the joint Summary of Issues and Engagement will be provided to the proponent, FortisBC Holdings Inc., to inform the next steps in the process.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/02062020/comments-invited-regarding-fortisbcs-tilbury-phase-2-lng-expansion-project/
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