Canadian liquefied natural gas exporter Woodfibre LNG has selected Germany’s Siemens Energy to serve as the “single solution supplier” for the project, which is scheduled to be built on Canada’s Pacific coast.

Siemens Energy said the terms of the contract includes all equipment associated with the main refrigeration trains — the key components in the liquefaction process that produces LNG.

The company will be responsible for providing compressors, synchronous motors, variable speed drives, converter transformers, harmonic filters and numerous powerhouses.