Engineering–Cooperation for LNG JGC and Fluor Cooperate on LNG Project in British Columbia

Editor: Dominik Stephan

JGC of Japan and Fluor will join forces to provide engineering for the proposed Kitimat LNG plant in Bish Cove, British Columbia, Canada. Both companies will establish a joint–venture, leveraging JGC's extensive experience of LNG projects as well as Fluor's history of mega-sized projects in North America.

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A new engineering joint–venture for an LNG project in Western Canada is on the way.
A new engineering joint–venture for an LNG project in Western Canada is on the way.
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Ottawa/Canada – The new 11 million tonnes per year facility will consist of two liquefaction trains of 5.5 million tonnes capacity each. Chevron and Apache Canada each hold a 50 percent interest in the proposed plant, currently the most mature of the proposed LNG projects in Western Canada.

JGC has been involved in LNG projects accounting for 30% of LNG production globally and is now executing several LNG projects in various parts of the world. As one of the leading contractors for LNG plants, JGC will continue to actively pursue the development of business activities aimed at contributing to LNG projects which will be realized in the future, speakers stated.

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