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Woodside planning maintenance at North West Shelf LNG project

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Reuters is reporting that Australia’s Woodside Petroleum has announced scheduled maintenance at its Karratha gas plant (part of North West Shelf LNG export project).

The maintenance is planned for 3Q19 and will be split into two operations.

The first maintenance operation will affect a single LNG train between 26 July to 13 August. The second operation will take place between 5 September to 1 October and will involve multiple trains.

The impact of the maintenance on LNG exports from the project have not been commented on, however exports of condensate have been forecast to drop in September.

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