LNG Canada: CFSW Constructors Gets Kitimat Terminal Deal

first_imgLNG Canada has selected CFSW LNG Constructors as its main contractor for the proposed LNG export terminal in Kitimat, British Columbia. CFSW LNG Constructors is a partnership of Chiyoda, Foster Wheeler, SAIPEM and WorleyParsons.The contract covers Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) as well as project execution services, subject to a Final Investment Decision by LNG Canada. CFSW LNG Constructors will begin FEED activities for the LNG Canada project on June 1, 2014.Representatives from LNG Canada, CFSW LNG Constructors, First Nations and the local government and community were on hand today in Kitimat to mark this project milestone.“We are pleased to be working with Chiyoda, Foster Wheeler, SAIPEM and WorleyParsons, a group of companies who together have extensive experience in the liquefied natural gas industry and Canada,” said Andy Calitz, CEO LNG Canada. “While this is a great step forward, a decision to build the facility is still some time away.”“We will continue to work with the B.C. and Federal governments, First Nations communities in northwest B.C. and other stakeholders to develop a project that is economically viable and, if we take the decision to construct this project, it will be technically advanced, it will meet the high environmental standards expected of us, and it will create tremendous opportunity for the people of B.C. and Canada,” Calitz added.“CFSW LNG Constructors is honoured to have been entrusted with this project,” says Koichi Shirakawa, Project Director of CFSW LNG Constructors. “The four partners remain committed to maintaining harmony between industry, the environment and the people of the Kitimat region and greater British Columbia. We look forward to working collaboratively with all local First Nations and other stakeholders to create employment opportunities and ensure a safe, responsible, world‑class facility.”CFSW LNG Constructors will lead the effort of hiring the general contractors who will organize and hire employees and businesses for the construction phase of the LNG Canada project.The signing of the FEED contract is the first milestone for LNG Canada since the signing of the Joint Venture Agreement that created the operating entity LNG Canada Development Inc. on April 30 this year. While there is considerable work that still needs to be done prior to LNG Canada making a Final Investment Decision in a couple of years, the initial technical work has now been completed, land has been acquired, the Project Description has been submitted and the Environmental Assessment is currently underway.[mappress]Press Release, May 21, 2014; Image: LNG Canadalast_img read more

Museum of Liverpool case: What went wrong?

first_imgStay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe now for unlimited access To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGINlast_img read more

Not guilty! Wife acquitted

first_img2014 fatal stabbingNicola Joseph, the woman who was accused of stabbing her husband, Curtis McKinnon to death in a July 21,Curtis McKinnon2014 altercation at their Lot 12 Plantain Walk, West Bank Demerara home has been acquitted of murder.This decision was handed down at the High Court in a trial heard before Justice Jo-Ann Barlow. The 12-member jury returned a not-guilty verdict as the prosecution could not disprove the self-defence case made out by Joseph’s Attorney Sonia Parag.At Monday’s hearing, a brown handled stainless steel knife, believed to be the murder weapon, was tendered as evidence but the court heard that it was not dusted for fingerprints.Under cross examination by Defence Counsel Parag, Police witness, Police Constable Alex Solomon was grilled as why the stainless steel murder weapon was not photographed, as with other pieces of evidence at the alleged murder scene. Constable Solomon explained he secured the murder weapon which bore drops of blood stains.A blood-stained mint green mosquito net was shown to the jury and was also been tendered as evidence.Eight witnesses testified during the trial, including Joseph’s two children.The State was represented by lead Prosecutor Siand Dhurjon.last_img read more