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Update: Angola LNG plant shutdown

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Following an internal review of the incident that took place at its LNG plant in Soyo, Angola LNG has announced that it will pull forward a planned shutdown to allow its contractor, Bechtel, to correct items from the incident and address plant capacity issues.

Angola LNG expects that this work will continue into next year, with an anticipated plant restart in mid-2015.

In a statement, Angola LNG added: “Angola LNG’s primary responsibility remains safety of the plant and its people; and addressing issues to ensure that the plant can restart and ramp up.”


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