Ningbo and Rudong bump up trucked LNG sales

The Chinese terminals increased their daily sales of trucked LNG to 170 and 85 truckloads respectively last week The Chinese terminals increased their daily sales of trucked LNG to 170 and 85 truckloads respectively last week.
By Tang Tian 27 July 2017 0 26938

China’s Ningbo and Rudong terminals increased their daily sales of trucked LNG to 170 and 85 truckloads respectively last week. Elsewhere, Tianjin and Qidong cut their sales to 190 and 50 truckloads respectively.

LNG sales from terminals, trucks

Date Dapeng Putian Ningbo Rudong Dongguan Zhuhai Tianjin Qingdao Tangshan Dalian Beihai Yuedong Qidong
17 Jul 10 130 200 85 120 120 190 135 65 21 170 40 40
18 Jul 10 130 200 85 120 120 190 135 65 21 170 40 40
19 Jul 10 130 200 85 120 120 190 135 65 21 170 40 40

20 Jul

10 130 200 85 120 120 190 135 65 21 170 40 40
21 Jul 10 130 200 85 120 120 190 135 65 21 170 40 40
Sources: JLC, SCI

China’s domestic LNG output is projected to average 39.13 million cubic metres per day this week. Prices in northwestern China are expected to rise by 2.74% from the previous week as two plants will cut their...

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