A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight
- Entergy Corp. has partially restored power to Cameron LNG, which has been offline since late last month when Hurricane Laura made landfall. Cameron is testing systems ahead of the restart process on Train 1. Feed gas deliveries still at zero. Calcasieu Ship Channel still needs to be restored for vessel access.
- Annual fall maintenance at Cove Point LNG in Maryland has cut 700 MMcf/d of feed gas deliveries to the terminal, according to Genscape Inc. The annual outage spanned 24 days in 2019 and 21 days in 2018.
- Cameron, Corpus Christi, Freeport and Sabine Pass were all in the path of Tropical Storm Beta on Monday as heavy rains hit the Texas and Louisiana coasts. A tropical storm warning is in effect from Port Aransas, TX, to Morgan City, LA, while a storm surge warning was in effect from Port Aransas to Sabine Pass, TX. Feed gas deliveries at Freeport and Sabine Pass were down on Monday compared to Friday’s level.
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