A proposed C$40 billion ($31.1 billion) liquefied natural gas export terminal on British Columbia‚Äôs coast edged closer to reality on Friday, as the company behind the project said it had chosen a contractor to lead project construction once financing is in place. A JGC Corp ( 1963.T ) and Fluor Corp ( FLR.N ) joint venture has been selected to do the final engineering, procurement and construction for the LNG Canada terminal, with a final investment decision on the build still expected later this year, LNG Canada said. LNG Canada is led by Royal Dutch Shell Plc ( RDSa.L ) along with its partners Petro China Co Ltd ( 601857.SS ), Korea Gas Corp ( 036460.KS ) and Mitsubishi Corp ( 8058.T ). The project, a massive four-train plant that would produce up to 26 million tonnes of LNG per year, is located in a remote corner […]