¬†Operator sticks to early October target for partial restart Shutdown of 15 million mt/year export facility impacting market Freeport LNG has reached an agreement with US regulators on certain corrective actions that must be taken before it can resume service, the operator said Aug. 3. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The three-train, 15 million mt/year facility in Texas has remained offline since an explosion and fire June 8. The terminal accounts for about 15% of US LNG supply, which has become increasingly important to serving European demand amid sharp cuts in Russian pipeline gas to the continent. The operator said in a statement that it believes it can complete the necessary corrective measures, along with applicable repair and restoration activities, in order to resume initial operations in early October, maintaining its most recent target. It had previously targeted resumption […]