Project Profile

Project Profile

Cabin Gas Plant Phases 1 & 2

EnCana Corporation

Fort Nelson, British Columbia

Ledcor began work on the Cabin Gas Plant Phase 1 in August, 2010. The Cabin Gas Plant, located 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Fort Nelson, British Columbia in the Horn River Basin area, is considered the largest shale gas field in Canada at a capacity of 800 million cubic feet per day.

Ledcor’s scope of work included:
  • Site earthworks
  • Off-site pipe fabrication
  • Off-site assembly of 65 piperack modules
  • Structural steel erection
  • Concrete
  • Piping
  • Mechanical
  • Heavy lifts
  • Electrical
  • Instrumentation
  • Pre-engineered building installation


Based on Ledcor’s excellent performance on Phase 1, EnCana awarded Phase 2 to Ledcor and expanded Ledcor’s scope of work to also include:
  • Initial Site Grading & Development
  • Piling
  • Site-Wide Power Distribution
  • Heavy Lift Cranage
  • Building Erection
Construction of the EnCana Cabin Gas Plant 2 commenced August 2011 and was put on hold in December 2012 due to the market conditions for natural gas.
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