A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight

  • Feed gas nominations to Freeport LNG started to tick up again Wednesday after being curtailed over the holiday weekend, according to Wood Mackenzie pipeline data.
  • The Texas facility reported an outage at Train 1 on Feb. 16 caused by a compressor issue, according to a filing with state environmental regulators. Train 3 has been under repair since mid-January after Freeport reported issues because of winter storm impacts on the Texas coast.
  • Available liquefied natural gas import capacity in southern Europe is expected to be reduced for much of the year as the floating storage and regasification unit Toscana undergoes extensive repairs until October.
  • Operator OLT Offshore LNG said the 2.8 million metric ton/year unit offshore...