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Dec. 10, 2019
The long and winding road that eventually led the $40 billion LNG Canada project to get shovels in the ground was fraught with challenges and lessons learned and could serve as a blueprint for other Canadian LNG projects going forward.
While speaking at a recent event in London, U.K., to discuss the scope of Canadian LNG growth, Susannah Pierce, LNG Canada’s director external relations, walked those in attendance through some parts of the journey that eventually led to a final investment decision (FID) and the start-up of construction.
And the odyssey wasn’t easy and the trials and tribulations were many.
“I’ve been with this project now almost seven years and I like to joke about developing a LNG project [that] one year is like a dog year, so really it is 49 years on this project to date,” she said.
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