Canaport LNG achieves ISO 45001:2018 health & safety management certification Saint John, New Brunswick: We are very proud to announce Canaport LNG has been registered under the new ISO 45001:2018 Standard for occupational health and safety management systems, one of the very few in A...
Canaport LNG Supports City’s Program to Improve Emergency Planning, Preparation, and Response with Industry
Canaport LNG Supports City’s Program to Improve Emergency Planning, Preparation, and Response with Industry January 11, 2019 (SAINT JOHN) – The Saint John Fire Department and the Saint John Emergency Management Organization (SJ-EMO) are a step closer in their plans to develop a simulati...
Trash Tracker creates environmental awareness at Forest Hills School Saint John, N.B. – Sponsored by Canaport LNG, The Gaia Project was invited to run their Trash Tracker Program at Forest Hills School this past Spring. Trash Trackers is a one day program that helps students conduct a w...
Canaport™ LNG has reached a settlement with the Crown for an incident that occurred on Sept. 13-14, 2013, in which approximately 7,500 migratory birds died as a result of direct or indirect contact with burning natural gas from Canaport LNG’s flare stack.
Canaport LNG will be conducting an emergency response exercise on Wednesday, October 24th between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Notice to Public of Emergency Response ExerciseCanaport LNG will be conducting an emergency response exercise on Wednesday, October 24th between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.Emergency vehicles and personnel will be visible at Canaport LNG and on the Red Head Road in the vicinity of the Terminal...
Saint John, New Brunswick – Canaport LNG announced today the donation of $65,000 for the Saint John Regional Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). This donation will serve some of the hospital’s most vulnerable patients by providing new state-of-the-art equipment for the unit.
Saint John, New Brunswick – Canaport LNG’s $43 million upgrade project has spent over $3 million to the benefit of local Saint John businesses since the beginning of construction in April, 2012.
Saint John, New Brunswick – During the month of May, Canaport LNG will begin work related to the upgrade of the BOG compression system project announced earlier this year. This work will take place during a temporary suspension of Terminal operations.