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Poland's LNG terminal back to normal after accident

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Reuters reports that Poland’s Swinoujscie LNG terminal has restarted work after strong winds damaged a pipeline causing a small leak.

On Sunday a falling gantry had damaged a pipeline used for monitoring the gas level in one of the tanks.

According to the operator Gaz-System the damage has been repaired and LNG regasification restored.

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