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Snohvit return set to beat target

The Norwegian LNG liquefaction plant could be back before the end of Q1 2022, predicts stakeholder Neptune

Repairs to the stricken 4.2mn t/yr Hammerfest LNG—which processes 18mn m³/d of gas from the Snohvit field— are progressing “much better” after an initial year-long outage was extended to 18 months, according to UK-headquartered Neptune Energy, a 12pc stakeholder in the project. The facility could now beat its revised end-of-March return date.  “It got off to a slow start, but we ratcheted up stakeholder engagement. I am pleased to say that Equinor was very receptive to working with us,” says Neptune CEO Jim House. “We identified a number of things that were not mission-critical at this time. “It is very feasible that that they could finish [work on Snohvit] well before 31 March n



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