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Canaport LNG Terminal

End customer

CANAPORT LNG TERMINAL

Location

Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Project name

Canaport LNG

General project description

Canaport LNG is the first terminal in Canada for unloading, storing and re-gasifying liquefied natural gas (LNG). The complex of over 4,300,000 square feet consists of three LNG storage tanks, a re-gasification system and an over 1,300' long jetty for mooring and emptying LNG tankers.

Project scope

  • Task: Turnkey project with engineering and design (construction planning), delivery, construction and commissioning of our systems
  • Scope of delivery/details:
    • 4 full redundancy master stations, installed in different control rooms
    • 20 explosion-proof and weather-proof outdoor call stations
    • 250 explosion-proof and weather-proof loudspeakers and beacons
    • 2 redundant Intron D central exchanges (if one of the two central exchanges fails, the second central exchange takes over complete control of all functions and peripherals)
    • Intelligent interface to fire & gas detection system with integrated logic operations
  • Schedule: Contract awarded in 2007, commissioning work completed in 2009
  • Parties involved in the project: Customer SNC Lavalin, installation and cabling via local subcontractors, project management by subsidiary company INDUSTRONIC, Inc. USA

Special features

At Canaport LNG there are demanding requirements for cross-zone public address, redundancy and system stability.
INDUSTRONIC created a detailed public address plan incorporating all the environmental factors. The high wind strength, loud ocean noise as well as the salty air and extreme temperature fluctuations (winter/summer) in particular represented a special challenge in terms of planning and the materials to be used.

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