Another massive LNG plant on the West Coast?


If approved, this facility will one of the worst polluters in BC


Ksi Lisims LNG is almost as big as LNG Canada

Hi Paov,

BC’s greenhouse gas emissions are slowly falling, but in 2025 that downward trend will slow or even halt as the LNG Canada facility in Kitimat starts operations, preventing the province from meeting its climate commitments.

Ksi Lisims LNG is a proposal in Nisga’a territory to liquefy almost as much gas as LNG Canada.

With climate disasters pummeling our communities, it’s hard to believe the BC Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO) is considering making the problem even worse. Let them know you won’t stand for it.


Backers of the project want to use hydroelectricity to liquefy the gas but that will only happen if BC Hydro — and its ratepayers — build it a brand new transmission line. Even then, the fracking required to fill it will make the facility among the province’s worst polluters.

While the... project’s backers, the Nisga’a Nation, Rockies LNG and Western LNG, claim their “net-zero” LNG will combat climate change, experts say otherwise. When the UN Secretary General tasked a group to define net-zero to avoid greenwashing, it found “Net Zero is entirely incompatible with continued investment in fossil fuels.”

We’ve got until the end of the month to flood the BCEAO with comments highlighting the climate impact of Ksi Lsims LNG. They need to know the public does not want more fossil fuel expansion.


Do the province’s commitments to reduce climate pollution matter? Or will the NDP government continue its mental gymnastics to justify new fossil fuel expansion? Please submit your comment to the BCEAO today! We cannot let another LNG megaproject slip past us.

For the climate,

Peter McCartney

Climate Campaigner
Wilderness Committee

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