Baker Hughes to supply electric liquefaction equipment for Canada’s Cedar LNG


Energy technology company Baker Hughes has won a contract to supply electric-driven liquefaction technologies for Cedar LNG, a proposed floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Kitimat, British Columbia.

Specifically, Baker Hughes will supply four electric-driven main refrigeration compressors, two electric-driven boil-off gas compressors, and six centrifugal pumps. Together, the supplied technologies will help Cedar LNG achieve its goal of becoming one of the lowest-carbon-intensity LNG facilities globally.

Baker Hughes was awarded the contract by Black & Veatch, a global engineering, construction, and consulting company. The contract continues the positive demand momentum for Baker Hughes’ gas technology equipment portfolio following several major LNG orders throughout the past year.

Laszlo von Lazar, President of Black & Veatch’s Energy & Process Industries Business, said, “The Cedar LNG project represents an important step towards reducing carbon emissions through lower-carbon LNG facilities that can supply customers looking to move away from more carbon-intensive feedstocks.”

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