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  • Black & Veatch Chosen for FEED Work on Proposed Ksi Lisims LNG Floating Natural Gas Project in Canada
    édité le 19/07/2023 - Plus de news de "Black & Veatch" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Black & Veatch"

Black & Veatch Chosen for FEED Work on Proposed Ksi Lisims LNG Floating Natural Gas Project in Canada
Black & Veatch, a global leader in liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure solutions – in collaboration with Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) of South Korea – announced it has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract for the Ksi Lisims LNG nearshore floating production facility in northwest Canada.

The Ksi Lisims LNG project represents the next generation of LNG export design, re-inventing the industry for environmentally sensitive and greenhouse-gas constrained development situations.

Developed jointly by Western LNG, the Nisga’a Nation and Rockies LNG, the project will be one of the most significant Indigenous-led infrastructure projects in Canadian history. Ksi Lisims (pronounced “s’lisims”) will be hosted by the Nisga’a Nation on their wholly-owned treaty land.

The project will use a floating LNG design that improves the project economics, minimizes land impacts and reduces construction-related risk. With commercial operations anticipated to begin in 2028, Ksi Lisims LNG will be designed to produce up to 12 million metric tons of LNG per year for export to overseas markets.

Once completed, Ksi Lisims LNG will have among the world’s lowest unit carbon emissions rates of any large-scale LNG export projects globally, providing global energy markets with low-carbon, reliable LNG that will help meet growing energy needs and reduce the need for base-load coal plant construction. Through connection with British Columbia’s renewable hydroelectric grid and use of innovative design features, the project’s greenhouse gas emissions will be 90 percent lower than conventional LNG facilities. Combined with a credible offset management plan, the project expects to be net zero by 2030.

“The Ksi Lisims LNG project team is delighted to be working with the world’s pre-eminent experts in floating LNG engineering and design,” said Davis Thames, president and CEO of Western LNG. “As global leaders in FLNG engineering and construction, we understand that Black & Veatch and Samsung Heavy Industries undertake extensive analysis and carefully choose each project they work with. This agreement demonstrates their confidence in the fundamentals of our project and our prospects for success. We couldn’t be more pleased to be working with them both.”

“We are excited and look forward to further developing our relationship with the Ksi Lisims LNG owners team,” added Javid Talib, vice president and managing director in Black & Veatch’s energy resources industries business. “We see this FEED award as an important step as we move towards working together on the engineering and construction of this world-class project.”

Eva Clayton, president of the Nisga’a Lisims government, said the Ksi Lisims LNG project “will be the heartbeat of our Nation’s economy. It’s our best chance to build prosperity and a positive future for our people. After nearly 10 years of planning work, we’re thrilled to see the project advance into FEED.”

“The opportunity to work on this game-changing LNG facility is attracting the best and brightest team in the LNG field,” added Charlotte Raggett, president and CEO of Rockies LNG. “Canada is stepping up to offer the world’s most reliable, low-risk and low-emission natural gas. We’re happy to have Black & Veatch and SHI join us in getting this important clean energy resource to the markets that need it most.”

About Black & Veatch

Black & Veatch is a 100-percent employee-owned global engineering, procurement, consulting and construction company with a more than 100-year track record of innovation in sustainable infrastructure. Since 1915, we have helped our clients improve the lives of people around the world by addressing the resilience and reliability of our most important infrastructure assets. Our revenues in 2022 were US$4.3 billion. Follow us on and on social media.

About Samsung Heavy Industries

Samsung Heavy Industries has successfully completed many of the world's first and largest shipbuilding and offshore EPC projects, with sole aim to establish global leadership in each of the participating market segments.
Most notably, it has achieved unbeatable leadership in the high-tech high-value shipbuilding sector by maintaining the world’s No. 1 share in the drill ship, LNG carrier and FPSO markets.
The company has developed and built the first Arctic Shuttle-Tanker and LNG-FPSOs in the world, and has pioneered new market developments by developing innovative products such as LNG-FSRU, and various ships for polar applications, Arctic Ice-Breaker Container Ships.
In the offshore facilities sector, the company has fortified its reputation through its excellent technology and rich experience, by successfully delivering the world’s largest semi-submerged offshore drilling platform.

About the Ksi Lisims LNG developers

The Nisga’a Nation is a self-governing, modern treaty Nation with significant, defined control of and rights over their lands. They are a founding member of Canada’s First Nations Climate Initiative. For more information about the Nisga’a Nation, visit

Rockies LNG Partners is a partnership of Canadian natural gas producers, formed to advance LNG market access opportunities on the west coast of British Columbia. Rockies LNG’s partners are committed to responsible development of Canadian natural gas resources. To learning

Based in Houston and Vancouver, Western LNG is an experienced developer and operator of LNG and related energy infrastructure facilities.

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