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Algerian Skida LNG unit shut down for maintenance

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According to Reuters, Algerian state energy company Sonatrach has announced that it has shut down its main LNG unit at the Skida plant for a two-month maintenance period.

According to the statement, exports will be unaffected by said maintenance work.

Sonatrach reportedly added: “The external market will be supported by the LNG and LPG separation complexes of Arzew.”

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