Posted on January 29, 2011

Qatar's RasGas has denied reports that a fire had cut its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production earlier this week and said all production facilities are operating normally, Reuters has reported. A Japanese energy news website said on Wednesday that Rasgas train 6 had shut down earlier this week after a fire. "There was no fire and all Rasgas trains are running at full capacity," RasGas spokeswoman Erin Murphy told the news service.