Freeport LNG is the second largest LNG export facility within the US (supply: Freeport LNG)
26 Dec 2022by John Snyder
Freeport LNG doesn’t count on the preliminary restart of its liquefaction facility in Quintana Island, Texas to start till the later a part of January 2023
The US LNG export facility had hoped to renew partial industrial operations in November. Manufacturing on the second largest LNG export within the US has been closed since a fireplace and explosion in June 2022.
In a press assertion, the Houston-based firm stated it “continues to make notable progress on its path in the direction of the restart of liquefaction operations. As of December 23, the reconstruction work essential to begin preliminary operations is considerably full, and the corporate is submitting responses to the final remaining questions included within the Federal Vitality Regulatory Fee’s December 12 information request.
“Given the time wanted for the regulatory businesses to overview the corporate’s responses and to hunt any mandatory clarification, Freeport LNG now doesn’t anticipate commencing the preliminary restart of its liquefaction facility till the second half of January 2023. The corporate continues to have shut, collaborative engagement with the regulatory businesses and that engagement will proceed as Freeport LNG works in the direction of the protected restart of its facility.”
Freeport LNG operates three trains with a complete nameplate capability of 15 mta.