A consortium of Canadian natural gas producers is teaming up with the Nisga’a Nation and Houston-based liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Western LNG LLC on plans for another export project in British Columbia (BC). 

The consortium known as Rockies LNG Partners, along with the other proponents, announced Monday the initial project description for the Ksi Lisims LNG terminal had been filed with both the provincial and the federal governments. The filing kicks off the engagement process for the proposed facility.

“Ksi Lisims LNG will provide Canadian natural gas producers with new access to growing global energy markets, and importantly, global LNG prices,” Rockies LNG CEO Charlotte Raggett said.

The plan envisages a 12 million metric ton per year (mmty) floating LNG...