Woodside Petroleum Limited has listed the Kitimat LNG project for the year 2027 and beyond.
The project is listed in the company's Horizon III portfolio of projects, and identified in its half year report released last week.
“Within our portfolio, we have resources identified for production in Horizon III," the company wrote.
"These include our significant resource position in the Liard and Horn River basins, supporting the proposed Kitimat LNG development in British Columbia, Canada and the Sunrise resource located 450 km northwest of Darwin.”
The project is 50/50 joint venture between Woodside and Chevron Canada, planned for Bish Cove, with natural gas to be sourced from the the Liard and Horn River basins.
The JV has "continued activities to improve the competitiveness of the Kitimat LNG project, together with ongoing engagement with the British Columbian and Canadian governments," Woodside reported.
Woodside’s share of production from the Liard Basin was 0.6 million boe (0.7 million boe in the first half of 2017) and was impacted by well availability during the period. There are currently one vertical and three horizontal wells in production. The natural gas produced is sold into the Canadian domestic market.