Reuters reports that this follows an unplanned outage, according to two industry sources. The train originally shut down in mid-January this year after a mechanical issue had been discovered.
The Chevron-owned project is one of the largest gas projects in the world, and is capable of producing 15.6 million tpy of LNG from its three trains.
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