Technical Issues Keep Hampering Freeport LNG Restart

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The restart of the 15 million ton per year Freeport LNG plant is being slowed by continued technical issues at the Texas-based facility, although its liquefaction Train 1 on Wednesday received regulatory approval to restart operations.

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