According to Reuters, output from Australia’s largest LNG plant – the North West Shelf project – is set to return to full production in the next few days.
This follows the announcement that a cyclone last weekend had affected the facility.
Woodside Chief Executive Peter Coleman said that the cyclone was the worst to ever hit the facility in its 30 years of operation. Fortunately, Coleman added that there was only minor damage to the facility.
Coleman also told analysts that the company had not seen any impact to its LNG shipments caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/13022020/north-west-shelf-lng-project-to-return-to-full-production-imminently/
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