Operations restarted at the Dunkerque LNG import terminal in Western France on Friday more than a week after labor strikes brought flows from the facility to a minimum. 

Workers at the terminal on Thursday decided to end a strike at the plant that started March 7, a Fluxys spokesperson told NGI. The Brussels-based company operates the 9.6 million metric tons/year (mmty) plant. 

Strikes at Dunkerque had brought sendout from the terminal to a minimum, closed the jetty for vessel unloading and stopped truck loading. Fluxys said Friday that it has resumed gas deliveries in line with quantities nominated by suppliers. 

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