- Ownership: Rabaska LNG (Gaz Métro, Enbridge, and GDF SUEZ)
- Website: http://www.rabaska.net/
- Location: Lévis, Quebec, Canada
- Capacity: 3.6 million tons/annum
- Status: Planned
- The proposed LNG terminal, which would be capable of delivering 14.2 million cubic metres per day of vaporized gas, would be constructed in Ville Guay/Beaumont, Quebec.
- LNG taken from various places in the Atlantic basin would be delivered to the proposed terminal by means of about 60 LNG tankers per year.
- The proposed jetty would be able to accommodate LNG tankers ranging between 138 000 to 160 000 cubic metres in capacity.
- A pipeline of approximately 50 kilometres from the proposed terminal would have to be constructed to connect to the facilities of TQM in Saint Nicolas, Quebec.
- Storage capacity:
- Unloading capacity:
- Send out capacity: 500 million cubic feet per day
- Tractebel: Contracting Strategy, FEED review and cost optimization
- 2008 - Gazprom signed a contract for 100 percent of the import terminal’s capacity
Ongoing Projects/Project Status
- The construction has not yet started.
- Completion is planned for 2014
Suppliers / Customers
- Suppliers: Gazprom planned to supply the LNG from the Shtokman Lng Terminal
- Customers: Gazprom has signed a contract for 100 percent of the import terminal’s capacity
- Gazprom was considering entering the project. However with Gazprom's LNG projects on hold, this is very unlikely
- Tractebel Engineering LNG References
- Gazprom may enter Canada's Rabaska LNG project
- GAZPROM US BASED SUBSIDIARY AND RABASKA REACH AGREEMENT GMTUSA to Subscribe for 100% of Capacity in North American LNG Terminal
- The public is invited to comment on the Environmental Assessment Scoping document for a proposed Rabaska LNG Project