The British Columbia project will boast unimpeded access to LNG customers in Asia. Contracts and subcontracts totaling more than 937 million Canadian dollars (CA$) (US $705.3 million) have been approved for the LNG Canada export facility in Kitimat, British Columbia, as of December 2018, LNG Canada reported late Monday. “What these contracts and subcontracts represent, is tremendous opportunity for individuals to find employment on the LNG Canada project through our contractors and subcontractors,” Susannah Pierce, LNG Canada’s external relations director, said in a written statement emailed to Rigzone. According to LNG Canada, the above figures correspond to the first three months of construction for the project. Of the approximately CA$937 million approved, more than one-third of the contracts and subcontracts (CA$330 million [US $248.4 million]) has been awarded to local First Nations and other Kitimat-area businesses, the LNG Canada statement noted. “For First Nations communities, it is delivering on […]