Cedar Link Project


The proposed Cedar Link Project will enable Coastal GasLink to deliver natural gas to the Cedar LNG Project, a proposed floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility in Kitimat, BC. The Cedar LNG Project brings together the Haisla Nation and Pembina Pipeline Corporation (Pembina) to develop the Haisla Nation-led Project. The proposed Cedar Link Connector will be developed, constructed, and operated by Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd., a TC Energy subsidiary.


Project details

In order to deliver natural gas from Coastal GasLink to Cedar LNG, the following components are being considered as part of the proposed Cedar Link Project:

  • Cedar Link Connector: The proposed connector would be an approximately 0.4 km lateral pipeline that starts inside the LNG Canada export facility, travels within the facility footprint, and ends at a point just outside the facility wall for connection and delivery to Cedar LNG.
  • LNG Link Meter Station: Although not technically a part of Cedar Link, Coastal GasLink would also build the proposed meter station in parallel with the connector to preserve accurate and independent measurement of natural gas delivered to LNG Canada once Cedar Link goes into operation. The new meter station would also be located within the LNG Canada export facility.
  • While these two components would be mostly located within the boundaries of the LNG Canada export facility, they would both be built and operated by Coastal GasLink and separate from LNG Canada’s projects and operations.
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Working with Indigenous and local communities

Coastal GasLink and the Cedar Link Project are committed to creating meaningful opportunities for Indigenous and local community participation in the project. We anticipate the construction of these facilities will create new hiring, procurement and community investment opportunities throughout construction and operations should a decision be made to move ahead. We are also committed to providing benefits to communities in the long-term, through investments, sponsorships, and programs that go beyond our operations.




Engagement with Indigenous groups, landowners, and local communities.


Early consultation with Indigenous groups and stakeholders. Analysis and selection of best alternatives for meter station and delivery line in response to community input.


Anticipate filing applications with the BC Oil and Gas Commission (OGC). Engagement will continue with all affected Indigenous groups and stakeholders.


Pending regulatory approval and a final investment decision by Cedar LNG. Construction of the connector and meter station could begin as early as 2025.

Related links

For more information, check out the following materials:

Cedar Link Fact Sheet 

Cedar Link map