Chevron intends to commence soliciting expressions of interest for its interests in the Kitimat LNG Project. No timeline has been set to conclude this process. Chevron will continue to work closely with our joint venture partner Woodside, government and First Nations partners during this process. Kitimat LNG has established First Nations partnerships that are unique in the Canadian energy industry and has received strong support from local Indigenous communities across the entire value chain.
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Our strategic relationship with JGC was a key to winning this project and is certainly proving to be a differentiator in our markets. The work scope includes detailed engineering and procurement services for the initial phases of the project, and completion of the existing FEED package by finalizing value-improving concepts for the proposed LNG facility.
The scope of work also includes two liquefied natural gas trains each with a nominal capacity of 5. The project will be performed by Fluor and its joint venture partner, JGC, leveraging the global capabilities and expertise from both companies with project work to be executed from their North America and Asia Pacific offices. The plant design is based on proven liquefaction technology. Significant early works began at the plant site at Bish Cove in and the project will be ready to begin formal construction as soon as a Final Investment Decision is made.
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The decision by Chevron Corp. The California-based company announced the potential sale in its budget, adding it would also cut funding to gas-related ventures including Kitimat LNG and its shale gas fields in the northeastern United States. The analysts pointed out Chevron has access to about million cubic feet per day of gas production to supply the proposed project to super-cool and ship out as much as 2. Chevron's move is the latest in a string of setbacks for B. In the same transaction, Houston-based producer Apache Corp.
Kitimat LNG Plant
Welcome to the new bcogc. We look forward to receiving your comments via the Website Feedback button below. Can't find what you're looking for? Access the old website using this link. The proposed project is located at Bish Cove, near Kitimat, on land leased through a benefit agreement with the Haisla Nation.