Bringing cleaner natural gas to the world - and jobs across Canada
The idea of delivering Canadian energy around the world started over a decade ago with a dream to achieve great things in the energy industry.
As the world builds a better energy future, cleaner natural gas will play a large role in replacing higher carbon sources such as coal, decreasing global GHG emissions substantially.
Our project supports Indigenous Peoples reconciliation through our partnership with the Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq to build a $720 million workforce lodge to house the 5,000 workers who will build the LNG Facility.
The multi-billion-dollar Project is well positioned as a COVID recovery initiative that would put thousands of Canadians to work during construction and for decades after it begins operating.
We are doing our part to build a safe, smart and secure energy future for Canada and the globe.
Solid granite forms the foundation and it’s a straight shot out into the Atlantic for the marine offloading facility to be built to fill the large tankers with LNG, ready for their return voyage to Europe, which, by the way is six days shorter than a tanker trip from the U.S. Gulf Coast and just as short from Qatar in the Middle East.
Another example of the Goldboro Advantage!
Located near the picturesque village of Goldboro, Nova Scotia, 250 kilometres northeast of Halifax, the site where we will build the LNG facility is situated a just few hundred meters from the Atlantic Ocean.
It is an ideal location for a liquefied natural gas plant.
Goldboro LNG includes two liquefaction facilities (or ‘Trains’), each producing 4.8 million tonnes of LNG each year.
The production from the first train has been sold to German energy company Uniper – a 20-year binding contract with an option for a 10-year extension.
1.6 Bcf/d of natural gas is needed to supply a 2-Train (two facility) project.
Alberta will provide all of the gas needed for Train 1.