The Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas) has announced a scheduled shut down of the Atuabo Gas processing plant to allow for routine maintenance.
According to a statement signed by the corporate Communications Manager of Atuabo Gas, Alfred Ogbamey, the planned maintenance will begin on Friday, January 15, 2016 and will last for 14 working days.
“This is to advise all stakeholders that the Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas) is scheduled to commence a planned, mandatory maintenance at its Atuabo Gas Processing Plant on Friday, January 15, 2016. Atuabo will, therefore, be temporarily shut down during the maintenance period.
“The planned maintenance, the second since lean gas and associated liquids production began at Atuabo, is expected to last approximately fourteen (14) calendar days,” the statement said.
Read full statement below:
NOTICE OF MANDATORY MAINTENANCE AT ATUABO GAS PROCESSING PLANT