PRESS RELEASE For immediate distribution Distributed Gas Solutions Canada (DGSC) qualified by Quebec Government under terms of Call for Projects for supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to North Shore A STEP CLOSER TO REALIZING A PIVOTAL PROJECT FOR THE NORTH SHORE Sept-Îles, May 31, 2019 – DGSC’s partners and majority shareholders have a history…
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Hydromega is a leading Canadian independent power producer established in Montreal in 1987. The company has extensive experience in Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) as well as Operations & Maintenance (O&M) and financing of hydroelectric and wind power projects.
By developing partnerships with Municipalities and First Nations, Hydromega has developed, built, owned and operated renewable energy projects representing investments of over $2.5B in Canada.
Gas Fueling Company Canada is a group of investors committed to deploying fossil fuel sourced natural gas and RNG infrastructure to accelerate the transition from petroleum-based fuels to a clean energy future. Founded in 1987, Galileo Technologies is a global reference in modular technologies for LNG/CNG production and transportation. Based in Argentina, Galileo operates a Global Service and Training Hub in Los Angeles and assembly facility in NJ. Galileo exports and provides ongoing assistance to customers in 70+ countries in Latin America, North America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
With its headquarters in Quebec City, Desgagnés has been specializing since the 19th century in marine transportation of liquid bulk, general cargo, dry bulk and passengers. Its activities also extend to ship repair as well as the rental and operation of heavy machinery. In addition to operating several short-term chartered ships, Desgagnés owns and operates a fleet of more than 19 vessels with a total deadweight of nearly 340,000 metric tons and over 425,000 m³ of carrying capacity, that sail the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence Seaway System, the Canadian Arctic, the East coasts of Canada and of the United States, as well as all the seas of the world. This state-of-the-art fleet includes the brand new dual-fuel LNG powered M/T Damia Desgagnés, to which three more dual-fuel LNG vessels presently under construction will soon be added.