Cameron LNG LLC has resolved a force majeure caused by electrical issues in its LNG export terminal in Louisiana, Reuters reported Dec. 6, citing a company spokesperson.
"Cameron LNG does not comment on specific production activities; however, we can confirm the Train 1 electrical issue reported in mid-September has been resolved," Reuters quoted the Cameron LNG spokesperson as saying. The company also said it is continuing to load cargoes according to the schedule agreed with customers, Reuters reported.
Sempra Energy-led Cameron LNG recently reached the final commissioning stage for the terminal's second liquefaction train. Its first train started commercial operations Aug. 19 after substantial completion.
Cameron LNG is a joint venture of Sempra, Total SA, Japan's Mitsui & Co. Ltd., and a company jointly owned by Japan's Mitsubishi Corp. and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha.