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Steelhead LNG formalises contract for FEED of two At-Shore LNG hulls

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Baker Botts has announced that Steelhead LNG, Huu-ay-aht First Nations and Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Shipbuilding Division have formalised the contract for the front-end engineering and design (FEED) of two At-Shore LNGTM hulls as part of phase one of the Kwispaa LNG project.

The agreement was reached on 19 September 2018 at the recent Gastech Conference in Barcelona, Spain. Baker Botts represented Steelhead LNG in the transaction, and is continuing to advise the company on the Kwispaa LNG project. This project will be located at Sarita Bay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, with Phase I anticipated to produce 12 million tpy of LNG.

According to the statement, each hull is expected to measure 340 m in length and 60 m in width, and feature five individual tanks that provide approximately 280 000 m3 of internal LNG storage.

This recent agreement follows the invitation to tender to shortlisted engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors for the FEED work on the At-Shore LNG topsides, marine facilities, pre-treatment and balance of onshore plant facilities. EPC contractor tenderers include the following:

  • Black & Veatch/Samsung Heavy Industries/PCL Industrial Management Inc.
  • CB&I/Offshore Oil Engineering Co. Ltd.
  • TechnipFMC.

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