Webinar in English: A carbon-neutral gas liquefaction project by Energie Saguenay
With its capacity of 11 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year and a $9 billion capital budget, the project will start operations in 2026. Energie Saguenay will be 100% powered by hydroelectricity, making it the world’s first carbon-neutral major LNG production and export facility.
21 avr. 2021, 12 h 00 – 13 h 00 HAR
Zoom link sent to participants April 20th
With Tony Le Verger,
Acting President, Vice President Development & Finance
Zoom Webinar, April 21st 2021
- 12pm to 1pm MST (Calgary/Denver time zone)
- 2pm to 3pm EST (Toronto/Montréal/New York time zone)
- 8pm to 9pm (France/Belgium/Germany time zone)
Since 2014 GNL Québec has been developing the Énergie Saguenay Project, a natural gas liquefaction complex located on the shore of the Saguenay River in Quebec. With its capacity of 11 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year and a $9 billion capital budget, the project will start operations in 2026.
Energie Saguenay will be 100% powered by hydroelectricity, making it the world’s first carbon-neutral major LNG production and export facility. Natural gas will be supplied from Western Canada through a new gas pipeline linking the facility to the Ontario gas transportation network. Gazoduq Inc. is the company developing the new pipeline infrastructure.
In addition to generating major economic benefits to Eastern and Western Canada, Energie Saguenay will be a major contributor to the global battle against climate change, by supplying European and Asian markets with a far less carbon-intensive source of energy than traditional feedstock, coal and fuel oil. This cleaner energy will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 28 million tons. To learn more about the project, visit www.energiesaguenay.com
The 30mn presentation will be followed by a 30mn Q&A session.
Tony Le Verger Biography :
Acting President, Vice President Development & Finance, Tony Le Verger is highly experienced in the development of complex funding schemes in the energy, industrial and infrastructure sectors. Throughout his career he has coordinated searches for major investment partners on several large industrial projects. He has participated in numerous mergers and aquisitions in Europe, has successfully led major energy infrastructure projects in South America and has extensive knowledge of the natural gas and LNG sectors.
Tony holds an MBA from UC Berkeley, a Master of Mechanical Engineering from the university Centrale Nantes and a Master of Industrial Engineering from the PUC-Rio de Janeiro. He has worked on a variety of projects in over 20 countries.
Registration deadline : April 19th 2021.
The webinar access codes will be emailed to participants on April 20th, after registration closure.