Japan’s JGC Corp and U.S. firm Fluor have won tenders for the design and build the $14bn LNG Canada liquefied natural gas project, Japanese business daily Nikkei reported on Saturday.
Royal Dutch Shell, PetroChina, South Korea’s KOGAS and Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp are moving ahead on the long-stalled LNG project in Canada after a rise in energy prices, the report said.
The project includes an export terminal in Kitimat, related pipelines and other infrastructure. TransCanada Corp. is responsible for planning the $4.7bn Coastal GasLink pipeline from northeastern British Columbia to Kitimat.
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27th Apr 2018