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Gail Shuts Dabhol LNG from May 15 Ahead of Monsoon Season

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Gail India is due to halt imports of LNG to its Dabhol LNG terminal on the west coast from May 15 ahead of the monsoon season, according to Bloomberg.

  • The terminal has no breakwater facility to protect from choppy seas and is expected to resume operations at the end of September.
  • The 5mtpa facility shuts during every monsoon season, reducing Gail’s effective capacity to just 2.9mtpa.
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Gail India is due to halt imports of LNG to its Dabhol LNG terminal on the west coast from May 15 ahead of the monsoon season, according to Bloomberg.

  • The terminal has no breakwater facility to protect from choppy seas and is expected to resume operations at the end of September.
  • The 5mtpa facility shuts during every monsoon season, reducing Gail’s effective capacity to just 2.9mtpa.