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.
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.
Works include the construction of a 500 m-long wharf, the LNG loading platform, four cargo berthing dolphins, four LNG berthing dolphins, and six mooring dolphins.
LNG Canada have announced that Peter Zebedee has decided to step down as CEO. Steve Corbin will serve as interim CEO until Peter Zebedee’s successor is announced.
HaiSea Marine is to build and operate five new battery-powered and low emissions tugboats at LNG Canada’s new export facility in Kitimat, Canada.
Woodside has decided to exit its 50% non-operated participating interest in the proposed Kitimat LNG development.
GlobalData has released an analysis, commenting on the latest Canadian LNG sector struggles amid low gas prices and an LNG supply glut.