Located in British Columbia in Canada, the LNG Canada LNG liquefaction terminal is owned by Shell, Petroliam Nasional, Mitsubishi, China National Petroleum, and Korea Gas. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 1,100 active and developing LNG terminals worldwide, it will be operated by LNG Canada, once it becomes operational in 2025. Buy the profile here.

With two trains, LNG Canada terminal will have an initial LNG production capacity of 14Mtpa (million tons per annum).

Subsequent expansion at the LNG Canada liquefaction plant will increase its capacity by 14Mtpa.

During the period 2021-2025, the LNG Canada liquefaction plant is expected to witness an estimated capex of $12,240m.

Contractors involved in the liquefaction plant

Some of the key contractors for the LNG Canada LNG liquefaction plant include the following.

Design/FEED: CFSW LNG Constructors, Omega Integration, Yokogawa Electric.

Main EPC: Bridgemans Kitamaat Joint Venture, Fluor, JGC Holdings.

EPC: Aegion, BESIX Canada, Bird Construction, China National Offshore Oil, Civeo.

About LNG Canada

LNG Canada (LNG) is a provider of liquefied natural gas. The company focuses on the design, construction, and operation of a gas liquefaction plants. It also provides facilities for the storage and export of liquefied natural gas, including marine facilities. The company also offers LNG processing units, storage tanks, LNG loading lines, marine terminal, water treatment facility and flare stacks. LNG is a joint venture company formed by Shell, PetroChina, KOGAS and Mitsubishi Corporation. It is also involved in the build and operation of LNG export terminal in Kitimat, British Columbia. LNG is headquartered in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada.

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