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Australian CSG-LNG output falls in early 2017

Australian CSG-LNG output falls in early 2017

Report summary

We have calculated the monthly output of the three CSG-LNG projects (APLNG, GLNG and QCLNG) since January 2016. Production from the projects peaked in January 2017, but has since fallen around 5%. No single project has been the main driver of the decreased production, with output from all three projects falling, and total production levels are currently less than 80% of capacity. 

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