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Shell extends outage at Queensland Curtis LNG plant to 30 October

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Reuters reports that Royal Dutch Shell has extended a shutdown at its Queensland Curtis LNG export plant to 30 October.

The 8.5 million tpy capacity liquefaction plant started planned maintenance on 6 October. It has two production units, or trains.

According to the last AEMO update, more than half of a train but not more than a full train was planned to be shut 6 – 23 October. It said that more than one and a half trains but not more than two trains would be shut between 9 – 22 October.

In the latest update, the AEMO notice says that more than half of an LNG train but not more than a full train would remain shut until 30 October.

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