Tianjin LNG sales up on regional power demand

China’s Tianjin LNG terminal increased its daily sales last week to 150 trucks in response to growing gas-to-power demand China’s Tianjin LNG terminal increased its daily sales last week to 150 trucks in response to growing gas-to-power demand.
By Tang Tian 15 June 2017 0 26378

LNG sales from terminals, trucks

Date Dapeng Putian Ningbo Rudong Dongguan Zhuhai Tianjin Qingdao Tangshan Dalian Beihai Jieyang Qidong
5 Jun 10 140 120 140 75 70 150 140 55 45 150 40 20
6 Jun 10 140 120 140 75 70 150 140 55 45 150 40 20
7 Jun 10 140 120 140 75 70 150 140 55 45 150 40 20
8 Jun 10 140 120 140 75 70 150 140 55 45 150 40 20
9 Jun 10 140 120 140 75 70 150 140 55 45 150 40 20
Source: JLC

China’s Tianjin LNG terminal increased its daily sales last week to 150 trucks in response to growing gas-to-power demand, both locally and in neighbouring Beijing. Dapeng and Tangshan cut sales to 10 trucks and 55 trucks respectively to increase supplies into the local gas grid. China National Offshore Oil Corp.’s latest terminal in Jieyang started selling LNG in May, with daily sales of 40 trucks. Guanghui Energy started selling LNG at...

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