UK’s South Hook LNG terminal plans 5-day outage

The Milford Haven waterway (Image: Port of Milford Haven)

The UK’s South Hook LNG terminal on the shores of Milford Haven waterway will conduct a five-day outage next week.

The outage for planned terminal works will start at 0800 GMT on January 16 and end at 1800 GMT on January 20, South Hook LNG Terminal, the operator of the facility said on its website.

During the outage, capacity will be reduced by 50 gigawatt hours per day, South Hook LNG said. The LNG import terminal has the capacity of 650 GWh/d.

Gas supply from the South Hook terminal was about 6 million cubic metres per day during the morning on January 10, the latest data by National Grid shows.

The South Hook terminal is owned by Qatar Petroleum, ExxonMobil and Total.


LNG World News Staff

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