Freeport LNG Development LP is still planning to meet its previous guidance of a partial restart of its liquefaction facility later this month, according to representatives with the company, while regulators await final documentation.

The 2.38 Bcf/d liquefied natural gas export terminal on the upper Texas coast has been offline since a June explosion attributed to an 18-inch insulated pipe in its transfer system near the site’s storage area. Since then, the outage has contributed to market anxieties over the historically tight global LNG market and growing U.S. gas inventories.

Spokesperson Heather Browne said in a statement Tuesday that Freeport is making progress on its work to restore operations at the facility and is still aiming to restart production this month.