Algeria’s Sonatrach Restarts Arzew LNG Facilities After Earthquake

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Algeria’s Sonatrach has restarted the liquefaction trains of its LNG plant in Arzew, following an earthquake, which caused a power outage at the facilities, the state-owned energy company announced on social media.

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