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Sakhlain Energy confident disruption will not affect LNG exports

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According to the latest Reuters reports, Russia’s Sakhalin Energy is confident that its LNG exports will not be affected by the current disruption at its Sakhalin-2 project.

Production at one of the two Sakhlain-2 LNG production lines has currently been halted due to an issue with a compressor. The company has said it will resume activities in the next few days.

A company spokesperson has stated that that the issue was not expected to have a serious impact on exports as some volumes could be replaced from storage, although the loading of various cargoes could be delayed.

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