Ghana Gas Atuabo Gas to shut down

The release added The mandatory outage is required by original equipment manufacturers of certain critical components in the gas processing plant

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The Gas Processing Plant at Atuabo in the Western Region will be shut down for the next 10 days for mandatory maintenance works.

A statement by Corporate Communications Manager of Ghana Gas, Alfred Agbamey, stated that scheduled maintenance will begin on Wednesday, 31 August.

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“The plant has been in operation for more than 12,000 hours since pre-commissioning and commissioning activities in 2014 necessitating a mandatory maintenance of the facility.”

The release added: “The mandatory outage is required by original equipment manufacturers of certain critical components in the gas processing plant on a periodic basis”.

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The statement added the maintenance period is necessary to “facilitate warranty assurance on the installed equipment and the validity of operating insurance cover.”

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