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    Clough Wins Trestle EPC at LNG Canada

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An FID on the 14mn mt/yr project was taken in October last year.

by: Joseph Murphy

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Clough Wins Trestle EPC at LNG Canada

Australian engineering group Clough has won a contract for engineering, construction and procurement (EPC) of a loadout trestle at the LNG Canada project in British Columbia.

The award is Clough’s first major international marine contract since 2010, it said in a statement on September 13. Clough did not disclose the contract’s value nor when its work would start.

The Shell-led consortium behind LNG Canada took a final investment decision (FID) in October last year. The project will have an export capacity of 14mn mt/yr.