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Longtom restart imminent

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SOUTHBANK, Victoria – The mercury removal facilities at the Longtom gas project are installed and final checks are under way. Completion and handover are expected within a day, says Nexus Energy Ltd. Gas is expected to start flowing by Oct. 7, following leak testing, pressuring, and commissioning of the facilities.

10/04/2010

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