Kinder Morgan Restarting Elba Island LNG Units Impacted by Fire

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 5/22/2020, Location: Asia

Kinder Morgan Inc. is bringing production units back online at its Elba Island liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Georgia after a fire at the facility on May 11. The fire erupted in a mixed refrigerant compressor of the facility’s Unit 2 movable modular liquefaction system, one of six in operation. It forced the company to shut down nearby Units 1 and 3 as a precaution. Unit 3 began the restart process late Wednesday. Unit 1 had also commenced the restart process by Friday. Feed gas deliveries to the terminal were at about 15.8 MMcf on Friday.


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