Australian LNG player Woodside is set to complete a number of maintenance shutdowns on its LNG assets in 2019.
Pluto LNG facility is set to undergo one-month maintenance during April-May, a Woodside spokesperson told LNG World News.
Last week the facility halted production due to a brief outage, however, the production resumed with no impact on guidance.
The spokesperson also noted that the NWS project’s Goodwyn A platform train 2 is set for maintenance in July taking an estimated 21 days. Work will also be done on the NWS LNG train 1 during the month, with an expected duration of up to 19 days.
In September, Woodside has scheduled an integrated NWS project turnaround that will include maintenance on the fifth liquefaction train and fractionation, lasting 19 and 14 days respectively.
Work is also to be done on the North Rankin Complex and North Rankin train 2, both taking up to 20 days.
LNG World News Staff