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Gorgon LNG maintenance shutdown

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According to Reuters' latest report, Chevron’s Gorgon LNG export facility in Australia recently initiated a planned maintenance shut down of its third production unit.

Several traders said the plant would resume output on 25 December but other sources have said the maintenance period could vary.

The work seeks to address a long-standing issue with the plant’s heat-exchangers, hindering the productive capacity of the project.

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