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Shell LNG plant in Queensland to undergo maintenance

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Reuters are reporting that, according to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AUMO), Royal Dutch Shell’s Queensland Curtis LNG production plant will undergo a partial maintenance outage on 7 – 27 May 2018.

The 8.5 million tpy capacity liquefaction plant has two production units, or trains.

The maintenance will affect more than one half of a train but not more than one full train.

LNG producers such as Shell voluntarily submit information on production outages to the AEMO.

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