New modules destined for the Shell-led LNG Canada project are scheduled to arrive at the project site in British Columbia in June after sailing away this week from the Offshore Oil Engineering Company (COOEC) yard in Qingdao, China.

The two process modules weighing a combined 16,100 tonnes will travel about 5000 nautical miles (about 9300 kilkometres) and are scheduled to arrive at Kitimat in western Canada for installation in the first half of next month, COOEC said.