LNG Canada – In Kitimat BC

LNG Canada – In Kitimat BC

Contractor(s): Chemco Electrical Contractors Ltd, F&M Installations, Fluor Contractors Canada Ltd, Houle (other), TL&T Electric Ltd
Agreement: Project Agreement


Shift Information

Currently the shift is 14 days on and 7 days off, 10 hours per day.


Each day of work shall be compensated based upon a blended hourly rate. The first ten (10) hours worked shall be paid at one point one seven five (1.175) times the otherwise applicable straight time hourly rate as stated in the current Wage Schedule.

For more shift and wage information, please see the contractor specific page (if available) or Section 9 of the LNG Canada MOU in the Job Related Downloads (link below).

Name Request / List Hires

The contractor may name request 100 percent of supervision (Foremen and General Foremen), the first three non-supervision workers, and fifty percent of the remaining workers from the local union. Refer to 6.10 and 6.11 for further clarification.

No Jumping/Raiding

Employees who voluntarily terminate their position (quit) shall be denied access to the project for thirty calendar days. See 7.01 for further clarification.

Job Requirements

Excessive walking and climbing. You must be able to walk long distances as well as climb stairs, ladders, scaffolding (Excessive Stairs 100 to 160 feet).

Industrial experience is a must

  • Government photo ID
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Skills Certifications
    • Fall Arrest
    • WHMIS 2015
  • Industrial Experience
  • All new hires must be clean shaven


The contractor will inform you whether or not your will be required to bring tools during your onboarding.
View the IBEW 993 Tool List

About the Project

LNG Canada is a large industrial energy project to build and operate an LNG liquefaction, storage and loading terminal in the port of Kitimat, BC, in order to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced by the project’s partners in the Montney Formation gas fields of British Columbia, near Dawson Creek, B.C.
Read More on Wikipedia


Flight Hubs

Flights are provided from the pre-determined flight hubs. Charter flights provided from:

14/7 Rotation

  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Kelowna
  • Nanaimo
  • Prince George
  • Regina
  • Vancouver

20/8 Rotation

  • Halifax
  • Hamilton
  • Moncton
  • St Johns
  • Winnipeg

There are NO flights for IBEW members out of any flight hub on a 20/8 rotation at this time. The 20/8 flight hubs exist to due difficulties with sourcing other trades. Once there are 20/8 shifts set up for electricians, we will start sending requests to locals outside of Western Canada. If you cannot use a flight 14/7 flight hub, do not accept a position at this job site.

Information on travel compensation to your closest travel hub can be found in the LNG Downloads.

Park & Ride provided from Kitimat for Kitimat residents ONLY. Park & Ride available from Terrace for residents only. Parking Passes request information will be provided by the onboarding team.


Highway camera near Kitimat
Hwy 37 at Oolichan Avenue, 5 km north of Kitimat, looking North (elevation: 46 metres)

View Current Weather Conditions
In Kitimat, the summers are comfortable and mostly cloudy; the winters are long, very cold, and overcast; and it is wet year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from -3°C to 23°C and is rarely below -12°C or above 29°C

Pre-Access Information

Testing Model: Canadian
Testing Method: Urine

If you are not 100% sure that you will pass the pre-access test, do not accept a job on this site. Taking a pre-access test and not passing will have repercussions.

Canadian Model Information



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Job Related Downloads

Agreements, documents and other information related to this job site will be available here. You will likely need a PDF reader installed to view and read this information.