By Mirza Duran U.S. energy company Kinder Morgan is restarting two of the three liquefaction units shut after a fire earlier this month at its Elba Island liquefied natural gas export plant in Georgia.
Unit 3 began the restart process late Tuesday and Unit 1 is expected to begin the process by the end of the week, Reuters reported on Thursday citing Kinder Morgan spokeswoman Katherine Hill as saying.
“We are conducting an investigation into the cause of the fire and do not have an estimated date for when Unit 2 will be returned to service at this time”, she said.
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