Oman LNG, a liquefied natural gas producer in the Gulf, plans to shut a liquefaction plant this month for 38 days of maintenance.

The shutdown of the plant, or train, will begin April 18, Oman LNG’s Chief Operating Officer Rene de Nier said yesterday.

The Qalhat liquefaction train, which is operated by Oman LNG, will halt for maintenance in September.

Source: Times of Oman