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Feed gas to US Sabine Pass LNG facility falls
Feed gas to US Sabine Pass LNG facility falls

LNG exports from the 25mn t/yr Sabine Pass facility in the US may be lower in August compared with previous months, despite its fourth liquefaction train starting production.


LNG exports from the 25mn t/yr Sabine Pass facility in the
US may be lower in August compared with previous months,
despite its fourth liquefaction train starting production.
The fourth 5mn t/yr unit was expected to produce its
first cargo last week, operator Cheniere said.
But an average daily gas flow of 1.73bn ft³/d (17.8bn m³/
yr) to the facility indicates that only three trains have been
producing LNG so far in August.
Average gas flow was 2.11bn ft³/d in July and 1.87bn ft³/d
in June.
For each train, peak capacity of 5mn t/yr is equivalent to
about 694mn ft³/d of gas, while base-load capacity of 4.5mn
t/yr is around 625mn ft³/d.
Sabine Pass has loaded eight cargoes so far in August.
The facility loaded 15 cargoes in both June and July.
But Sabine Pass has previously been able to load eight
cargoes over a 10-day period, so August loadings could catch
up with previous months.

Source: Argus LNG Daily

 
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