By LNG World News Trinidad and Tobago’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) production has dropped again due to ongoing gas supply shortfalls in the country.
LNG production at the Point Fortin liquefaction and export facility was down 8.7 percent in January year-on-year to 2.2 million cubic meters, according to the data by Trinidad’s Ministry of Energy.
LNG sales and deliveries from Atlantic LNG’s 14.8 mtpa export facility came to 52 million MMBtu, a drop of 7.8 percent on year, the data said.
Trinidad’s LNG production has been declining for two years due to gas shortages in the country caused by a lack in upstream investment and upgrades to
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