Gas-for-power demand drives strong China LNG sales

Daily sales at several Chinese LNG terminals surged last week on strong gas-fired power demand
By Tang Tian 13 July 2017

Daily sales at China’s Dapeng, Rudong, Dongguan, Tianjin, Tangshan and Beihai LNG terminals surged by an average of 22% week on week last week, as a result of strong gas-fired power demand.

LNG sales from terminals, trucks

Date Dapeng Putian Ningbo Rudong Dongguan Zhuhai Tianjin Qingdao Tangshan Dalian Beihai Jieyang Qidong
3 Jun 25 140 120 60 120 120 200 130 65 40 170 40 100
4 Jun 25 140 120 60 120 120 200 130 65 40 170 40 100
5 Jun 25 140 120 60 120 120 200 130 65 40 170 40 100
6 Jun 25 140 120 60 120 120 200 130 65 40 170 40 100
7 Jun 25 140 120 60 120 120 200 130 65 40 170 40 100
Sources: JLC, SCI

China’s domestic LNG output is forecast to average 42.84 million cubic metres per day this week. Output in Inner Mongolia, Shanxi and Hebei will increase as several plants finish maintenance. Prices in northeast China will rise by...

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