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JGC and Fluor secure LNG Canada project order

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Reuters is reporting that Japan’s JGC Corp. and US based Fluor have won orders to design and build the LNG Canada project for an estimated US$14 billion.

Royal Dutch Shell, PetroChina, South Korea’s KOGAS, and Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp are all reportedly moving ahead on the long-stalled LNG project in Canada, encouraged by the recent rise in energy prices.

The project is on track for a final investment decision later in 2018.

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/23042018/jgc-and-fluor-secure-lng-canada-project-order/

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