Trinidad’s LNG production falling back to 2004 levels

Trinidad’s LNG production is now just above levels seen in 2004 – when the country had fewer liquefaction trains
By Chris Noon 13 March 2017

Trinidad and Tobago’s LNG production fell by more than 25% between 2013 and 2016, with ongoing gas curtailments to blame for the slump in output.

Average monthly LNG production from Trinidad’s four-train Atlantic LNG plant at Point Fortin could be set to dip below 2004 levels, when the country had only three liquefaction trains. Output fell by nearly 16% year on year in 2016, according to energy ministry data. This marks the third successive year that production...

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