Net-zero designed project advances into front-end engineering design, will use Black & Veatch’s PRICO© liquefaction technology
In the June 2023 issue of LNG Industry, Jamie Brick, Pradhuman Aggarwal, Luciano Di Fiori, Dumitru Dediu, and John Parsons, McKinsey & Company, explore how Canada could capitalise on the opportunity to become a major LNG exporter.
In the June 2023 issue of LNG Industry, Maximilian Rockall, Michelle Glassman Bock, and Christopher Bloch, Squire Patton Boggs, provide a year-in-review for 2022, and look at what lies ahead in 2023 for LNG.
LNG2023 is the 20th edition of the world’s largest triennial LNG conference and exhibition, and brings together senior industry leaders, government representatives, technical experts, and key stakeholders.
Sanmar Shipyards has delivered HAISEA WAMIS, the first of three ground-breaking emissions-free battery electric tugs, to HaiSea Marine where it will operate at LNG Canada’s new export facility in Kitimat, British Columbia.
Woodfibre LNG has announced its Roadmap to Net Zero, a tangible plan to achieve net zero emissions by the time operations start in 2027.
EnerMech Canada has been selected to deliver its specialist mechanical pre-commissioning and commissioning services to a large LNG facility in British Columbia, Canada.
Cedar LNG has received its Environmental Assessment Certificate from the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office, and has signed a MoU with ARC Resources for a long-term liquefaction services agreement.
Three major energy services companies and the Haisla First Nation have formed a partnership to target opportunities in Canada’s fast expanding LNG industry.