LONDON, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Gas flows through the SEAL pipeline to Britain's Bacton gas terminal will fall by around 10 million cubic metres per day (mcm/day) from Aug. 1 for 18 days of maintenance, Shell said Monday in a planned work schedule.
The SEAL pipeline feeds the Bacton terminal, one of Britain's biggest.
North Sea oil and gas facilities typically undergo maintenance in spring and summer when demand for gas drops.
(Reporting by John McGarrity; editing by Jason Neely) Keywords: BRITAIN BACTON/MAINTENANCE
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