Algeria Set For LNG Capacity Hike
By James Cockayne
A new 4.5mn tons/year train at Algeria’s Skikda LNG plant – ostensibly replacing three trains totaling 3mn t/y which were destroyed in a 2004 explosion – is currently undergoing final tests and will “probably” be inaugurated on 24 February, according to the state-run Algérie Press Service.
However start-up of the much-delayed 4.7mn t/y fourth train at...
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