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LNG production at Shell’s Prelude gas processing plant in Western Australia restarts following 11-month closure




Liquified natural gas (LNG) production has restarted this month on the world’s largest floating object, Shell’s half-kilometre long Prelude gas processing facility.

The restart is much-needed good news after an 11-month shutdown following a technical issue only described as an “electrical trip” by Shell, and three incidents that the offshore energy regulator NOPSEMA described as “dangerous occurrences”.

Two of those incidents involved “loss of hydrocarbon containment”.

The facility has been moored 400…

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