After enduring pandemic-related delays and rescheduling, LNG Canada is grinding in direction of commissioning in 2025. [Gas in Transition, Volume 2, Issue 10]by: Dale Lunan
On the head of the Douglas Channel on BC’s northern coast, some 655 air km north of Vancouver, Canada’s lone LNG export terminal – LNG Canada – is taking form.
After greater than two years of restrictions imposed by the Covid pandemic, the primary section of the challenge, consisting of two trains and 14mn metric tons/yr of liquefaction capability, is now about 70% full, LNG Canada CEO Jason Klein informed reporters throughout a latest media tour of the challenge.
“By the primary half of subsequent yr we should always have many of the modules right here, however then it’s a very intense programme of hooking up these modules, testing the whole lot after which commissioning it system by system,” he mentioned. That’s the reason we are going to hit our peak workforce right here in Kitimat subsequent yr.”
With practically 200 modules on website subsequent yr, the LNG Canada workforce will peak at about 7,50…