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Freeport LNG Consent Agreement Signals October Restart

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Freeport LNG, offline since suffering an explosion Jun. 8, entered into a consent agreement with the US Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) under which the facility could resume "initial operations" — which appear to be equivalent to full operations — in early October.

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