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Cove Point LNG export terminal commences return to service

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According to Reuters, Dominion Energy Inc. has announced that its Cove Point LNG export facility has commenced its return to service over the weekend.

This follows three weeks of maintenance, where the company stopped the flow of gas into the plant via pipelines around 21 September.

The facility is located in Maryland, US, and commenced exporting LNG in March this year. It is designed to liquefy approximately 0.75 billion ft3/d of natural gas.

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