Yamal 2022 LNG output seen at 21 million tonnes, says Interfax

But production isn't likely to increase next year because of major repair work.

People pose in front of an ice sculpture installation at Yamal LNG in the Arctic port of Sabetta, Yamalo-Nenets district, Russia on December 8, 2017. The installation reads, “Yamal LNG”. (Oksana Kobzeva / Reuters File Photo)

The Yamal LNG project is set to produce 21 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas in 2022, the Interfax news agency reported on Monday, citing a senior company official.

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Production is not likely to increase next year as major repair works are planned, Interfax reported.

Reporting by Reuters.