Freeport LNG Development LP said Tuesday it is still planning to restart its facility toward the end of the year one day after FERC sent a 16-page letter asking it to address dozens of issues before operations can resume.

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission sent two separate documents requesting information on 64 questions, only one of which was made available to the public because of security reasons. 

The questions were developed with the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration and the U.S. Coast Guard after a visit in late November to the liquefied natural gas plant on the upper Texas coast. The questions also included follow-ups to information provided by Freeport since a June explosion knocked it offline. 

“Authorization for restart operations will...