Shell’s joint venture LNG Canada, planned for the coast of British Columbia (BC), will target 2018 for an FID, Andy Calitz, chief executive of LNG Canada, said on Thursday, according to Reuters.
Calitz said work on the estimated $32 billion project is “extremely active” and that the Anglo-Dutch major was not put off by Petronas’s decision last week to cancel its Pacific Northwest LNG project in BC.
“We want to be in construction in 2018 [...] It means that you need to take an FID in 2018,”...
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