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Last updated: April 7, 2020

Tilbury Marine Jetty

Tilbury Jetty Limited Partnership is proposing to construct and operate a marine jetty on Tilbury Island in Delta, B.C. The former industrial site is adjacent to the existing FortisBC Tilbury LNG production and storage facility. The jetty would be used for loading LNG from the FortisBC facility onto carrier ships for export, barges for marine bunkering (ship fueling) activities, and other local deliveries.

Project Proponent: Tilbury Jetty Limited Partnership

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Wes Pac Marine Jetty Map


  • Mar. 15, 2019
    Environmental Assessment Certificate Application accepted by Environmental Assessment Office for review

  • Mar. 31, 2020
    Project permit application submitted to Regulator for review

Primary Project Permits

Permits for natural gas pipelines (and related compressors, meter stations, etc.) or LNG Facilities are required before construction can start on a major project. Applications go through a thorough permitting process, described in our Permitting Process page. Approvals, issued under the Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA), contain specific conditions and requirements that the proponent must meet in order to be in compliance with the permit.

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All Other Project Permits

There are various types of permits issued by the Regulator for major projects, throughout the different phases of design and construction. Permits that have been issued to date for a particular project can be viewed below.

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