Nov 12 (LNGJ) – JGC Corp., the Japanese LNG engineering and construction company, has given updates on its most prominent contracts for LNG Canada with Fluor Corp. of the US and for Mozambique LNG, also with Fluor and TechnipFMC. “Engineering and procurement are proceeding on schedule and the fabrication of modules has commenced,” said JGC of the Canadian joint venture led by Royal Dutch Shell and located near Kitimat on the Pacific Coast of British Columbia. “Preparation of the construction site is proceeding according to plan,” added JGC.
The Japanese company also reported progress on the Mozambique Rovuma LNG joint venture for the Area 4 resources offshore the southeast African nation. JGC said the main clients for the Mozambique contract are ExxonMobil, Eni of Italy and China National Petroleum Corp. “The final investment decision for the lump-sum contract is expected during 2020 with production to begin in 2025,” said JGC. “Strict risk profiling is reflected in the contract and we have made arrangements with dependable experienced sub-contractors in the Middle East and Africa,” stated JGC.Previous:
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