Steelhead cancels plans for Malahat FLNG in favour of larger project

Canadian LNG project developer Steelhead LNG has cancelled its plans to build the 6 mtpa Malahat FLNG facility in the Saanich Inlet on Vancouver Island in British Columbia
By Staff reporter 4 December 2017 0 28653

Canadian LNG project developer Steelhead LNG has cancelled its plans to build the 6 mtpa Malahat FLNG facility in the Saanich Inlet on Vancouver Island in British Columbia (BC).

The company will focus on another project with a larger capacity.

“Steelhead LNG has generated strong interest from LNG customers, giving us confidence to develop at least 12 mtpa for our first development,” Trevor Boudreau, the company’s communications and government affairs director, told reporters. “That capacity is greater than what we could have provided from the [Saanich...

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