Atlantic LNG’s Train 1 Still Offline after 18 Months

The four-train Atlantic LNG liquefaction plant in Trinidad and Tobago continues to operate with just three trains as Train 1 remains inoperative.

Atlantic LNG’s Train 1 Still Offline after 18 Months

Ongoing discussions between the government and key shareholders have yet to resolve an impasse about a potential restructuring to benefit all parties. (Source: Atlantic LNG)

Trinidad and Tobago’s four-train Atlantic LNG liquefaction complex continues to operate without Train 1, which has been offline for 18 consecutive months. 

Train 1, which has a 3 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) capacity or 20% of the complex’s total installed 14.8 mtpa capacity, initially went offline in December 2020. A year-and-a-half later, the train was still offline in May, according to the monthly bulletin from the twin-island country’s Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries published on July 22.

Ongoing discussions between the government and key shareholders have yet to resolve an impasse about a potential restructuring to benefit all parties.

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