Armour Energy reported the plant suffered an outage on its C101 compressor – an integral part of the LPG gas circuit and a required component to produce sales quality gas for export to the market.
With the LPG gas circuit now offline, the production from a number of wells across the Kincora Gas Project has been reduced until such time as the part can be repaired and brought back into service.
Armour estimates it will take approximately two weeks to have the circuit back online.
Although the Kincora plant is out of action, the company said gas production is able to continue from the Newstead Gas Storage facility and some of the project’s wells, with the development presently delivering approximately 2.5 TJ/d to the market.
The Kincora Gas Project is located in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
Armour is the 100 per cent owner of the project.
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