Who We Are

President and CEO

Bryan Cox, President and CEO

Bryan Cox is the President and CEO of the BC LNG Alliance. As the leading voice and advocate for the LNG industry in BC, Bryan leads a team actively working with governments, business leaders, First Nations, communities, and the broader public to seize BC’s opportunity to build a world-leading LNG industry for the benefit of all British Columbians and Canadians.

Prior to joining the Alliance, Bryan was the President and CEO of the Mining Association of British Columbia (MABC), leading the Association’s effort to position the industry as a global leader in responsible development and critical contributor to society's transition to a lower carbon economy.

Prior to joining MABC, Bryan spent seven years in the brewing industry in progressively senior roles including Vice President, Western Canada at Canada’s National Brewers, where he was responsible for managing the regulatory and public affairs agenda for Canada’s largest brewers across the four western provinces.

Before joining the private sector, Bryan spent several years in senior roles with the Government of British Columbia.

BC LNG Alliance Board

Kitimat LNG

Rod Maier - Chair, BC LNG Alliance
Vice President, Policy, Government & Public Affairs, Chevron Canada
Vice President Pacific Trail Pipeline, Chevron Canada Limited

LNG Canada

Susannah Pierce,
External Affairs Director - LNG Canada

Woodfibre LNG Limited

Tessa Gill
Vice-president Corporate Affairs
Woodfibre LNG


Scott Pinhey
WCC LNG/ExxonMobil

Kitimat LNG

Paul Baker
Vice-President Canada & USA
Woodside Energy Limited

Tilbury LNG Expansion Project

Douglas Stout, Vice President
Market Development and External Relations

Our Members


ExxonMobil, as the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company in the world, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world’s growing energy needs. With our detailed knowledge of global energy markets combined with over 40 years of LNG experience ExxonMobil is an industry leader in the development and marketing of LNG. ExxonMobil Canada Limited and Imperial Oil Resources Limited are progressing plans for an LNG project on British Columbia’s west coast.

Kitimat LNG

Kitimat LNG is a proposed natural gas liquefaction and export facility at Bish Cove, near Kitimat, B.C. It is a 50-50 joint venture between Chevron Canada Ltd. and Woodside Petroleum. Natural gas will be delivered to the facility by the proposed 480 kilometre Pacific Trail Pipeline from Summit Lake, B.C. Chevron will operate the LNG facility, Pacific Trail Pipeline and market LNG to customers and manage the development and production of natural gas in the Liard and Horn River Basins in northeast B.C.

LNG Canada

The proposed LNG Canada project includes the design, construction and operation of a gas liquefaction plant and facilities for the storage and export of liquefied natural gas (LNG), including marine facilities in Kitimat, B.C. LNG Canada is comprised of Shell Canada Energy (50%), an affiliate of Royal Dutch Shell plc, and affiliates of PetroChina (20%), Korea Gas Corporation (15%) and Mitsubishi Corporation (15%).

Triton LNG

AltaGas, in partnership with Idemitsu Kosan, is working on advancing several export opportunities. Preliminary work is currently ongoing for the design and construction of a floating LNG facility that would be located in the vicinity of Kitimat or Prince Rupert, B.C. The Triton LNG project, which is owned 50% each by AltaGas and Idemitsu has been granted an export licence by the NEB for the export of 2.3 million tonnes per year of LNG.

Woodfibre LNG

The Woodfibre LNG Project is a planned mid-scale natural gas liquefaction and export facility located at a former pulp mill site in Squamish, British Columbia, about 70 km northeast of Vancouver. The project has received approval from Canada’s National Energy Board to export approximately 2.1 million tonnes of LNG per year over a period of 40 years. The project has received environmental approvals from the provincial and federal governments as well as the local First Nation, the Squamish Nation.

Woodfibre LNG Limited is a subsidiary of Pacific Oil & Gas Limited, which is part of the Singapore-based RGE group of companies. RGE, also known as Royal Golden Eagle, manages a group of resource-based manufacturing companies with global operations. The RGE group of companies’ work ranges from the upstream, comprising sustainable resource development and harvesting, to downstream, where the companies create diverse value-added products for the global market. Assets held by the RGE group of companies exceed US$18 billion with a combined workforce of more than 60,000 people worldwide.


FortisBC owns and operates the only two liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in British Columbia – the Tilbury Island facility in Delta since 1971 and the Mt. Hayes facility near Ladysmith on Vancouver Island since 2011. Historically, Tilbury has produced and stored LNG to ensure our customers have the natural gas they need during periods of peak demand. Today, LNG from FortisBC is also helping the domestic transportation industry and remote communities transition away from diesel and oil-based products. We are in the process of building a new storage tank and liquefaction equipment at our Tilbury LNG facility to meet the growing demand for LNG. FortisBC is also proposing to expand a portion of our existing Vancouver Island natural gas transmission pipeline to provide natural gas transportation service to the proposed Woodfibre LNG Ltd. Facility.

Woodside Energy Limited

Woodside is Australia’s largest independent oil and gas company. In British Columbia, Woodside has a 50% interest in the proposed Kitimat LNG Project, located 640 km north of Vancouver. Chevron Canada Ltd is the upstream and downstream operator of the Project.