FILE PHOTO: The entrance to Shell’s LNG Canada project site is shown in Kitimat in northwestern British Columbia on April 12, 2014. REUTERS/Julie Gordon/File Photo

HOUSTON (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell and its partners building a massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Western Canada will decide by 2025 whether to double its capacity, the head of the project said.

The $31 billion LNG Canada project last October became the first major project in five years to be approved, with first exports of the super-chilled fuel planned for 2025.

The second phase of the project will include two new processing lines known as trains that will double the plant’s capacity to 28 million tonnes of LNG per year.

Andy Calitz, LNG Canada chief executive officer,

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