Apr 08, 2019

LNG Canada to get new CEO


After successfully bringing the $40 billion LNG Canada to the starting line, the joint venture’s CEO, Andy Calitz, is going back to Royal Dutch Shell. He will be replaced by Peter Zebedee on July 1.

Construction work at the site in Kitimat has been underway since then, with some 600 workers already employed on the project as of December, 2018. The construction project has been handed over to a consortium, JGC-Fluor, which is building the $14 billion LNG plant in Kitimat.

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