Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) fifth production train is set to resume production in July after it shut down for maintenance on May 25, the company has said in a statement.
“The Train 5 Turn Around Maintenance affects output from this train only … Operations on other trains are continuing as normal,” NLNG’s Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Manager, Andy Odeh said to Reuters.
Exports from Nigeria LNG slumped to 193 million cubic metres (mcm) of gas in the first week of June from 449 mcm a week earlier, though exports rebounded in the following weeks, shipping data on Thomson Reuters Eikon shows.
NLNG, set up 16 years ago to export gas, is owned by NNPC, Shell, Total and Eni.
NLNG can produce 22 million tonnes of LNG a year and has long-term supply contracts with Italy’s Enel, Shell, France’s Engie and Portugal’s Galp, among others. It also sells on the spot market.