Mt. Hayes LNG Facility

About this project

Since completion in 2011 the Mt. Hayes LNG facility has been our natural gas storage facility in BC. What does this mean for our customers? This facility helps keep natural gas costs lower even when demand is high, and it means our customers can keep their heat and stoves on during system interruptions. In 2012, we partnered with the Stz’uminus (Chemainus) First Nation and Cowichan Tribes. Each Nation invested $5.7 million, creating jobs and economic opportunity in their communities. As a result, the region received $70 million in investment, which included sourcing local suppliers for goods and services, direct local employment during construction and 12 full-time operations jobs at the facility.

Mt. Hayes LNG Facility

Since completion in 2011 the Mt. Hayes LNG facility has been our natural gas storage facility in BC. What does this mean for our customers? This facility helps keep natural gas costs lower even when demand is high, and it means our customers can keep their heat and stoves on during system interruptions. In 2012, we partnered with the Stz’uminus (Chemainus) First Nation and Cowichan Tribes. Each Nation invested $5.7 million, creating jobs and economic opportunity in their communities. As a result, the region received $70 million in investment, which included sourcing local suppliers for goods and services, direct local employment during construction and 12 full-time operations jobs at the facility.

Mt. Hayes LNG Facility

Since completion in 2011 the Mt. Hayes LNG facility has been our natural gas storage facility in BC. What does this mean for our customers? This facility helps keep natural gas costs lower even when demand is high, and it means our customers can keep their heat and stoves on during system interruptions. In 2012, we partnered with the Stz’uminus (Chemainus) First Nation and Cowichan Tribes. Each Nation invested $5.7 million, creating jobs and economic opportunity in their communities. As a result, the region received $70 million in investment, which included sourcing local suppliers for goods and services, direct local employment during construction and 12 full-time operations jobs at the facility.

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Mt. Hayes LNG Facility

Since completion in 2011 the Mt. Hayes LNG facility has been our natural gas storage facility in BC. What does this mean for our customers? This facility helps keep natural gas costs lower even when demand is high, and it means our customers can keep their heat and stoves on during system interruptions. In 2012, we partnered with the Stz’uminus (Chemainus) First Nation and Cowichan Tribes. Each Nation invested $5.7 million, creating jobs and economic opportunity in their communities. As a result, the region received $70 million in investment, which included sourcing local suppliers for goods and services, direct local employment during construction and 12 full-time operations jobs at the facility.