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Algeria Sonatrach declares force majeure on term LNG

Algeria’s Sonatrach is declaring force majeure on some of its shipments of liquefied natural gas (LNG) due to a cracked pipeline that is cutting output of the chilled gas by 20 percent for the rest of the year. Chawki Rahal, executive vice president in charge of marketing for state-owned Sonatrach, said on Tuesday the problem was a crack in a pipe leading to Arzew, one of its LNG plants started in 1964, which forced it to reduce production of the plant. (Full Story)

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