CB&I has signed a cooperation agreement with Chiyoda Corporation to design and build liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities in North America.
The two companies have already successfully worked together on a number of LNG projects in Australia, Russia and East Africa. This latest agreement extends the relationship between the companies to include LNG projects in North America.
CEO at CB&I, Philip Asherman, commented: "Over the last decade, CB&I and Chiyoda have designed and built LNG projects together around the world. The combination of our two companies' global LNG expertise and CB&I's execution strength in North America offers our customers a proven team with unmatched capabilities."
CB&I has served the LNG industry for over 50 years, having led or participated in more than 350 LNG projects and studies in 45 countries. Chiyoda's LNG experience represents more than a 40% share of the world's total installed LNG capacity.
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/14012014/north_american_cooperation_agreement_36/
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