The LNG Canada project is on track to reach an FID in the second half of this year, Reuters reported on Thursday, citing Michael Nicholas, managing director for British Columbia’s International Trade and Investment Office in Singapore.
LNG Canada – a joint venture between Shell, PetroChina, Kogas and Mitsubishi – would entail construction of two 6.5 mtpa trains at Kitimat.
An FID was expected in late 2016 but was delayed because of falling oil and gas prices.
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