IIR Energy BREAKERS: Cheniere Takes Sabine Pass LNG Train 3 Offline for Maintenance
Cheniere Takes Sabine Pass LNG Train 3 Offline for Maintenance
Cheniere Energy has taken Train 3 offline for routine maintenance at its Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. The 4.5 million-ton-per-year (650 million-standard-cubic-foot-per-day) train is expected to resume normal operations by this weekend. Cheniere has resumed production for Train 1 at Sabine Pass. Train 1 was taken offline for planned maintenance on June 19, and resumed production over this past weekend. Cheniere and Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) have marked the commencement of their 20-year sales and purchase agreement to supply LNG to KOGAS from Sabine Pass. Cheniere shall sell and make available for delivery to KOGAS approximately 3.5 million tons of LNG per year, which represents more than 10% of South Korea's total annual demand. Cheniere also reports that its Corpus Christi, Texas, LNG terminal project has progressed to 65.6% completion (Plant: 3007400).
Sandy Creek Energy Station in Texas Takes Unit 01 Offline for Repairs
Unit 01 of the Sandy Creek Energy Station in Texas is offline due to a boiler tube leak. The 900-megawatt, coal-fired unit is expected to return online Wednesday (ERCOT) (Outage: 376532) (1063355).
JK Spruce Power Station Unit 01 in Texas Offline for Repairs
The JK Spruce Power Station in Texas is offline for oil pump repairs. The 546-megawatt, coal-fired unit will remain offline until Wednesday. The plant is owned by CPS Energy. Industrial Info is tracking a planned $65 million nitrogen oxide control (SCR) retrofit for Unit 01 at the power station (ERCOT) (Outage: 376500) (Plant: 1001521).
Unit at WA Parish Power Station in Texas Offline due to Boiler Tube Leak
Unit 07 of NRG Energy’s WA Parish Power Station in Texas is offline due to a boiler tube leak. The 572-megawatt, coal-fired unit is expected to remain offline until Thursday, June 29 (ERCOT) (Outage: 376487) (Plant: 1013212).
Philadelphia Energy Solutions Restarts Refinery Kerosene Hydrotreater
Philadelphia Energy Solutions restarted the 60,000-barrel-per-day (BBL/d) kerosene hydrotreater on the Point Breeze side of its 335,000-BBL/d Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Refining Complex, after the unit was forced to shut down last week due to exchanger issues. Industrial Info is tracking $292 million in project activity at the refinery, including a $200 million mild hydrocracker unit conversion that is expected to take place in 2019 (Plant: 1515039).
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