According to Reuters, the Angola LNG export facility has resumed production after being taken offline around 22 December 2016.
The facility was reportedly taken offline as part of a controlled shutdown, so that engineers could carry out a minor intervention.
Barbara Freitas-Daniels, a spokeswoman for the venture led by Chevron, said: “I confirm that Angola LNG's plant has restarted production.”
Reuters claims that the facility has been shut down a number of times for long periods ever since it started up in mid-2013. This included a two-year shutdown that lasted from April 2014 to June 2016 so that design flaws could be fixed.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/04012017/angola-lng-resumes-production/
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