Freeport LNG Enters Consent Agreement with PHMSA, Still Targets October for Partial Operations

Freeport LNG Enters Consent Agreement with PHMSA, Still Targets October for Partial Operations

Freeport LNG Enters Consent Agreement with PHMSA, Still Targets October for Partial Operations

August 4, 2022--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)-- Freeport LNG (Houston, Texas) said Wednesday it has entered a consent agreement with the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) related to the June 8 fire at its liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Freeport, Texas, but still thinks it can resume initial operations in early October.

"In the near term, the Consent Agreement includes certain corrective measures, many of which are currently underway, that Freeport LNG is to take to obtain PHMSA approval for an initial resumption of LNG production from its liquefaction facility," Freeport LNG said in a press release. "Freeport LNG continues to believe that it can complete the necessary corrective measures, along with the applicable repair and restoration activities, in order to resume initial operations in early October.

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