"For at least two days before a pipe exploded at its Texas gas export terminal, Freeport LNG had been trying to figure out what was wrong, records show.
The June 8 blast forced the plant to close and took almost a fifth of U.S. liquefied natural gas exports offline.
But there is no indication in an investigatory report obtained by E&E News that the company stopped operating to fix the problem before the explosion. An industrial safety expert called that an expensive mistake."
Mike Lee and Mike Soraghan report for E&E News November 1, 2022.
Source: E&E News, 11/01/2022