Production at a liquefied natural gas facility in Papua New Guinea was shut down safely after a major earthquake this week, an Australian company said. More than a dozen people were left dead after the island was hit with a 7.5-magnitude earthquake on Monday. Dozens of aftershocks were recorded Tuesday by the U.S. Geological Survey, the strongest of which was a 6.2-magnitude quake. Australian energy company Santos said Tuesday that production at a liquefied natural gas facility was shut down as a precautionary measure. “The company has been advised by PNG LNG operator Exxon Mobil PNG that no staff or contractors have been injured as a result of these seismic events, and all personnel are safe and accounted for,” the company stated. “Production […]