China’s Offshore Oil Engineering Corporation(COOEC) has delivered two modules for the second train of the Shell-led LNG Canada project in British Columbia.

COOEC said the modules, weighing 7000 tonnes apiece, are now en route from its facility in Qingdao to the project site at Kitimat in western Canada for installation.

The Chinese yard signed a deal with lead contractor Fluor-JGC consortium in 2019 to build and deliver 35 modules for the liquefied natural gas project which has a total contract value of 5 billion yuan (US$71.4