Global liquefied natural gas (LNG) production outages are continuing to squeeze an already tight global market. 

Recent planned and unplanned maintenance issues, feed gas shortages and technical problems have shut some LNG facilities for a few weeks, months or more than a year in the case of Norway’s Hammerfest LNG

Some LNG production outages were resolved in the second half of last year and will continue to be resolved in the first half of this year, senior fellow Mike Fulwood oft the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies told NGI. He added that more supply would come online from the expansion of Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Sabine Pass terminal and Venture Global LNG Inc.’s Calcasieu Pass project in the United States. 

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