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LNG production at Shell’s Prelude gas processing plant in Western Australia restarts following 11-month closure – ABC News

It was supposed to be an economical and environmentally safe solution to LNG production, but with almost a third of its short life in shutdown Shell’s floating…

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Liquified natural gas (LNG) production has restarted this month on the world’s largest floating object, Shell’s half-kilometre long Prelude gas processing facility.
Key points:

  • The facility was shutdown for 11 months after electrical and safety problems
  • Some analysts hold concerns about the facility’s economic and environmental performance
  • Shell has never revealed the cost of constructing Prelude

The restart is much-needed good news after an 11-month shutdown following a technical issue only described…

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