July 2021, Vol. 248, No. 7


Projects July 2021

‘Critical’ Coastal GasLink Pipeline on Target for 2023  Coastal GasLink pipeline, which will feed natural gas to one of the biggest LNG projects in Canada’s history, is almost halfway complete and on track to start up by 2023, experts say. The project involves the construction and operation of a 48-inch (1,219-mm), 416-mile (670-km) pipeline from northeastern British Columbia to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) Canada Export Terminal now under construction near Kitimat. LNG Canada's Joint Venture Participants include Shell, Kogas, Mitsubishi, PetroChina and Petronas. “It tends to get lost in the shuffle, but it is a massive, massive development,” s

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