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

  • Freeport LNG Development LP is aiming to return a second berth and its third storage tank to service this summer, according to a company update. The final restart would require regulatory approval.
  • In February, the company said repairs could be completed by May as crews continued to restore damage from a facility fire last June.
  • Freeport at full production was typically producing 2.38 Bcf/d of LNG.
  • The facility’s three trains are producing around 2 Bcf/d using one berth and one storage tank to facilitate loading, a spokesperson told NGI.
  • Freeport for about three months has been ramping up production and finalizing repairs after receiving initial regulatory approval.