Chinese LNG output set to rise 6.25% in August

China’s LNG output is projected to rise by 6.25% in August compared with July, to 1.28 bcm China’s LNG output is projected to rise by 6.25% in August compared with July, to 1.28 bcm.
By Tang Tian 10 August 2017 0 27127

China’s LNG output is projected to rise by 6.25% in August compared with July, to 1.28 billion cubic metres.

Output and price forecasts for August

  Output, MMcm Ex-works price, RMB/ton Price change, month on month
Shaanxi 490.00 2,900-3,000 -1.67%
Gansu
Ningxia
Xinjiang
Qinghai
Inner Mongolia 310.20 2,800-2,900 -1.72%
Beijing 282.00 3,100-3,200 -3.07%
Tianjin
Shanxi
Heilongjiang 37.80 3,000-3,350 0.00%
Liaoning
Jilin
Jiangsu 11.20 3,350-3,450 -1.45%
Anhui
Shandong 12.24 3,300-3,410 -1.45%
Henan 55.70 3,050-3,300 0.75%
Hubei
Hunan
Guizhou 83.67 2,850-3,300 0.49%
Sichuan
Yunnan
Source: JLC

Average weekly sales of LNG at China’s Dalian, Rudong, Putian, Dapeng and Qingdao terminals fell by 12% in July from June, while sales at Ningbo, Dongguan, Zhuhai, Tangshan, Tianjin, Beihai and Qidong...

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