Reuters are reporting that Feedgas supplies into Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass LNG export plant in Louisiana fell again after recovering briefly following a month-long maintenance shutdown affecting one of three production units.
Input levels on the three pipelines serving the facility showed feed levels had fallen to 2180 million ft3/day on 19 June after a fall and briefly recovering to a high of 2860 million ft3/day on 16 June.
Current inflow levels suggest that the expected restart of the plant’s third liquefaction train, or unit, had suffered a setback.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/20062018/feedgas-flows-into-sabine-pass-lng-export-plant-drop-again/
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