Following repairs, all five of Chevron Corp.’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains at the Gorgon export project in Australia are online, the Upstream chief said Friday.

Executive Vice President Jay Johnson discussed the progress at Gorgon during a second quarter conference call. 

Chevron, which operates Gorgon with a 47.3% stake, took it temporarily offline last year for repairs after welding cracks were discovered. Chevron was checking each train at a time, which meant that at least one train had been down for repairs since the middle of 2020. 

“Repairs to the Gorgon propane heat exchangers are complete, and we now have all five operated LNG trains online in Australia,” Johnson told investors. Production from Gorgon in 2020 had averaged 2.1 Bcf/d natural gas and 15,000...