LCI extends a warm welcome to the 6 Anadarko Engineers and their families who have arrived from Mozambique as part of a 1 year training program in Canada.
Sydney, Nova Scotia August 18th, 2014
Our team is very pleased to be working with Anadarko’s Mozambique LNG Project. In 2010, one of the world`s largest natural gas discoveries was announced offshore Mozambique in the deepwater Rovuma Basin. As a result of successful exploration, Anadarko is working to advance a world-scale LNG park that would have the capacity to produce more than 50 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per annum in future years. Mozambique`s geographic location enables the export of LNG to customers in premium global markets, and with the successful development of this project, Mozambique is well positioned to become one of the world`s largest exporters of LNG.
In April 2014, LCI began initial discussions about potential training requirements with Anadarko and a site visit to Cape Breton University (CBU) occurred. LCI and Anadarko structured a challenging customized training program for 6 of their engineers as a result of this visit. The program is centered on courses in LNG Operations. Also, specific hands-on skills training related to Electrical, Mechanical / Maintenance and Instrumentation will be provided.
The 6 Anadarko Mozambican engineers arrived in Canada on August 17th and were warmly greeted at the airport by LCI. An initial orientation session will begin immediately with classes and training. The group will be introduced to instructors, classes and lab locations and campus services. LCI is thrilled to be working with the group to provide training solutions to support the delivery of one of the world`s most significant LNG projects.