Reportedly, Chevron Corporation (CVX) has reportedly closed down one of three processing units, called trains, at its Gorgon liquefied natural gas plant off Western Australia as a precautionary measure, after a minor gas leak was identified. The leak was found on piping related to the dehydration unit on Train 1 and the unit was shut down. Chevron informed, that Trains 2 and 3 at the plant are running, and the company is continuing to deliver LNG to customers and gas to the Western Australian. Gorgon LNG is co-owned by Exxon Mobil Corp, Royal Dutch Shell Plc, and Japanese utilities Osaka Gas, Tokyo Gas, and JERA.
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