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Yemen LNG to temporarily shut one production line

Yemen LNG’s two trains have a combined capacity to produce 6.7 million tons a year of liquefied natural gas

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Yemen LNG plans to shut one of its two production lines, Train 1, for 10 days of maintenance in September, the company said on Tuesday.

“Yemen LNG confirms that a planned shutdown of one Train (Train 1) is scheduled for September 2014 for maintenance,” the company said in a statement. “The maintenance shutdown of Train 1 is expected to last about 10 days.”

Yemen LNG’s two trains have a combined capacity to produce 6.7 million tons a year of liquefied natural gas, with most of it exported to Asia.