Chevron Canada awards EPC work to Fluor, JGC on Kitimat LNG project
The project scope includes completion of the existing FEED package by finalizing value-improving concepts for the proposed Kitimat LNG facility in Western Canada. The scope of work for the contractors also includes detailed engineering and procurement services for the initial phases of the project.
A joint venture comprised of Fluor and JGC was awarded an
engineering, procurement and construction
(EPC) contract by
Chevron Canada for the proposed Kitimat LNG project in Bish
Cove, British Columbia, officials said on Tuesday.
Chevron and Apache each hold a 50% interest in the proposed
We are excited to enter into the next phase of
supporting the Kitimat LNG project
for Chevron and their
partner Apache, said Peter Oosterveer, president of
Fluors energy and chemicals business.
Kitimat has the potential to become Canadas first
major LNG production and export terminal," he added. "Our
strategic relationship with JGC was a key to winning this project
and is certainly proving
to be a differentiator in our markets.
The project scope includes completion of the existing FEED
package by finalizing value-improving concepts for the
proposed LNG facility. The scope of work also includes
detailed engineering and procurement services for the initial
phases of the project.
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.