Large scale west Canadian projects Pacific NorthWest and LNG Canada are moving closer to being FID ready. LNG Canada secured additional permits in December from the NEB for a 40 year 3.7 bcfd export licence and from the BC Oil and Gas Commission to start construction of the LNG plant. Pacific NorthWest's CEAA review also restarted following a six month delay and the project could be authorised to proceed in April 2016. Lake Charles received FERC authorisation in December. The Energy Transfer/BG project is targeting FID in late 2016 having already obtained a non FTA export permit. Shell will have both LNG Canada and Lake Charles to consider once the BG acquisition has completed. Shell also has 100% offtake from Kinder Morgan's Elba Island project. Construction of the moveable modular liquefaction system (MMLS) units for Elba Island has begun and these units will be moved on site once FERC authorization is received by May 2016.