Peru LNG resumes exports after tough July

Peru LNG has been hit by unplanned maintenance for the second time in two years say market sources, forcing Shell onto the spot market Peru LNG has been hit by unplanned maintenance for the second time in two years say market sources, forcing Shell onto the spot market.
By Chris Noon 1 August 2017 0 26994
An LNG tanker loading at Peru's Pampa Melchorita plant. (Repsol)

Peruvian LNG exports have resumed after a three-week hiatus related to unplanned maintenance, industry sources have told Interfax Natural Gas Daily

“It looks like production is back on,” said Andres Rojas, an LNG analyst at IHS Markit. “They had a similar outage last February [2016], where the plant underwent some unplanned maintenance […] but it looks like production is ramping up again,” he added. 

A Lima-based source close to Peru LNG, who did not wish to be named, confirmed the liquefaction plant in Pampa Melchorita was offline...

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