Technip Wins Canada LNG Project
French oilfield services firm Technip announced Wednesday that it has been awarded a contract for an LNG project in Canada, along with Samsung and Huanqiu.
The contract has been awarded by Pacific Northwest LNG and involves the front-end engineering design (FEED) and early detailed engineering services for an LNG project on Lelu Island, British Columbia.
The project includes:
- Two six-million tons per annum LNG trains, process units and marine facilities.
- Inlet facilities, utilities and power generation.
- Off-sites, including buildings and jetty topside facilities.
Technip's operating center in Rome, Italy will execute the contract along with the consortium project team in Seoul, Korea and Beijing, China. The project is scheduled for completion in the second half of 2014.
Marco Villa, Technip's senior vice president for Region B (which includes Canada), commented in a company statement:
"This award confirms our strong position in the liquefaction of natural gas, bringing extensive knowledge and conceptual design capabilities to our client’s project. It is also in line with our strategy to get involved at early stages of projects."
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