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Gorgon Train Two resumes LNG production

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According to Reuters, production of LNG on Train Two of the Gorgon LNG project has now resumed.

This follows a report by Reuters on 24 February 2017, which said that Chevron had temporarily suspended production of LNG at the Australian project.

A spokesman reportedly said at the time: “Train Two production has been temporarily suspended to undertake minor maintenance.”

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