By LNG World News Image courtesy of QGCShell’s Curtis Island liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant in Australia will shut down for planned maintenance in October.
The exact timing of the shutdown has not been revealed by QGC, Shell’s unit operating the two two-train LNG export facility.
The maintenance shutdown, “an activity is carried out every few years and is essential to the safe operation of LNG facilities” as QGC said in its brief social media statement, is the first since the project started exporting LNG in December 2014.
QGC, Australian coal seam gas (CSG) producer became part of Shell when the Anglo-Dutch giant acquired BG Group
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