Apache posted a video of the Kitimat LNG project which is being built in British Columbia, Canada.
Kitimat LNG will include natural gas liquefaction, LNG storage and marine on-loading facilities. Natural gas will be delivered via a pipeline lateral of approximately 14 kilometres from the Pacific Trail Pipelines, which will connect to the existing Spectra Energy Westcoast Pipeline system. The proximity of Kitimat LNG to the existing natural gas transmission infrastructure is one of the advantages of this project and ensures supply is readily accessible to the facility.
Apache Canada and Chevron Canada each own 50 percent of the Kitimat LNG project. Chevron will market LNG, and operate the plant and pipeline assets. Apache will operate upstream development of 644,000 acres in British Columbia’s giant Horn River, Liard shale gas discoveries.
LNG World News Staff, February 14, 2014; Image: Apache