Chinese LNG sales shift as Typhoon Hato hits

LNG terminals in China’s Guangdong province suspended sales as Typhoon Hato struck southern China, with terminals elsewhere boosting output as a result LNG terminals in China’s Guangdong province suspended sales as Typhoon Hato struck southern China, with terminals elsewhere boosting output as a result.
By Staff reporter 31 August 2017 0 27391

The Zhuhai and Dongguan LNG terminals in China’s Guangdong province suspended sales on 24-25 August as Typhoon Hato struck southern China. Dapeng’s daily sales increased to 160 tankers over the two days. Sales from Tianjin increased to 260 tankers, while sales from Qidong fell to 90 tankers.

LNG sales from terminals, trucks

Date Dapeng Putian Ningbo Rudong Dongguan Zhuhai Tianjin
21 Aug 20 130 220 90 90 120 260
22 Aug 20 130 220 90 90 120 260
23 Aug 20 130 220 90 90 120 260
24 Aug 160 130 220 90 0 0 260
25 Aug 160 130 220 90 0 0 260
Sources: JLC, SCI

LNG sales from terminals, trucks

Date Qingdao Tangshan Dalian Beihai Yuedong Qidong
21 Aug 135 32 21 135 40 90
22 Aug 135 32 21 135 40 90
23 Aug 135 32 21 135 40 90
24 Aug 135 32 21 135 40 90
25 Aug 135 32 21 135 40 90
Sources: JLC, SCI

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