Major Australian LNG plant resumes full production following fault and strikes

According to Chevron, which produces liquefied natural gas, the disruptions have had no affect scheduled deliveries.
The large facility accounts for approximately 5% of the global supply of liquefied natural gas. | Photo: Chevron/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
The large facility accounts for approximately 5% of the global supply of liquefied natural gas. | Photo: Chevron/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

One of energy company Chevron’s major Australian natural gas production facilities, Wheatstone, is back in operation after disruptions in the form of both a strike and a plant malfunction last week, reports Reuters.

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