Norwegian vitality large and LNG operator Equinor might be closing its Hammerfest liquefied pure gasoline export plant as a part of deliberate upkeep in May.
Equinor will shut down the liquefaction facility positioned on Melkøya Island for 2 weeks beginning within the second half of this month.
The closure of Hammerfest LNG which liquefies pure gasoline from the Snøhvit area within the Barents Sea will cut back manufacturing by 18 million cubic metres per day, in response to a Reuters report on Wednesday.
LNG World News (now a part of Offshore Energy) reached out to Equinor for a touch upon the event.
We didn’t obtain a response by the point this text was printed.
Natural gasoline from Snøhvit (Snow White) reaches Hammerfest LNG through a 160-kilometer gasoline pipeline which grew to become operational within the autumn of 2007.
Hammerfest LNG is ready to produce about four.three million tonnes per yr of LNG.
The chilled gas produced on the facility primarily lands at LNG terminals in Europe but additionally in Asia.
Equinor is the operator of each the Snøhvit area and Hammerfest LNG with a 36.eight per cent stake.
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