According to Reuters, the Angola LNG project has started recommissioning. A series of technical faults, and an eventual rupture on the flare line, forced the plant into shutting down in April 2014.
The project is owned by Chevron, which holds a 36.4% stake, Sonangol (an Angolan state oil firm), which holds a 22.8% stake, as well as Total, ENI, and BP.
Reuters reports that traders have said that they expect LNG exports from the Angola LNG project to resume by April 2016.
Edited from various sources by David Rowlands
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