Problems at Bontang LNG plant could reduce output

Indonesia’s Bontang LNG plant is experiencing problems that could take up to a month to resolve.
By Staff reporter 24 November 2017 0 28549

Indonesia’s Bontang LNG plant is experiencing problems that could take up to a month to resolve and result in 4-7 cargoes not being sent out, trade sources told Reuters.

The problem concerns the plant’s LPG facility but is expected to curb LNG output, according to the traders.

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