Canada’s LNG export industry has reached a milestone with the departure of its first shipment to China.
Nexen Energy, Aurora LNG and INPEX Gas British Columbia have decided to end the Aurora LNG feasibility study and will stop all investigation activity immediately.
BC Ferries has announced that the Spirit of British Columbia has been removed from service to undergo a mid-life upgrade, which will include converting the vessel to operate on LNG.
According to Reuters, LNG Canada is looking to make an investment decision next year on constructing a new LNG export terminal on the coast of British Columbia, Canada.
BC Ferries has announced that the Salish Raven will commence service on 3 August 2017, which is earlier than initially expected.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc has announced that it has not written off its Canadian LNG project in Kitimat.
BC Ferries has announced that the wrap adorning the hull of the Salish Raven has been unveiled to Musqueam First Nation’s Thomas Cannell – the designer of the artwork.
Woodfibre LNG Ltd has announced that its application to amend its environmental assessment certificate for the construction and operation of the Woodfibre LNG project has been approved.
BC Ferries has announced that the Salish Eagle – the second of the company’s three LNG dual-fuel Salish Class vessels – will officially commence service on 21 June 2017.