That announcement, one of a number that the National Energy Board has made in recent months is part of the review by the Federal regulator of the many proposed LNG developments in British Columbia.
It's a positive move for those looking for progress when it comes to LNG development for the region, but whether a decision from the National Energy Board of yesterday is ever followed up by the company remains to be seen.
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That Kitimat LNG project is considered by those in the LNG industry as much further along in planning than the proposed Grassy Point project.
Whether Woodside Energy is inclined to take on two major investments in the Northwest at this time, is something that will be watched with interest by LNG observers in the months ahead.
Grassy Point already has had one of the two proposals for the area taken off the drawing board, earlier this month Aurora LNG confirmed that it was shifting its focus for an LNG terminal towards Digby Island, a site that Aurora believes offers the best opportunity for the company to move its plans forward.
The distribution note regarding the Woodside Energy approval allows for a maximum term quantity of 807 billion cubic metres for export, you can review the NEB announcement for Woodside Energy here.
More background on their two potential developments can be found on our archive pages, the Woodside Energy Grassy Point proposal can be reviewed here, while details on their Kitimat LNG partnership with Chevron can be examined here.