Chinese LNG output set to increase in September

China’s LNG output is forecast to increase by 11.71% in September from the previous month, to 1.43 bcm
By Tang Tian 7 September 2017

China’s LNG output is forecast to increase by 11.71% in September from the previous month, to 1.43 billion cubic metres. LNG plants in the north, northwest and east are expected to cut their prices by an average of 0.95% from August. Plants in Inner Mongolia, northeast and southwest are projected to increase prices by 1.1%.

Output and price forecasts for August

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  Output, MMcm Ex-works price, RMB/ton Price change, month on month
Shanxi 600.00 2,800-3,050 -0.84%
Gansu
Ningxia
Xinjiang
Qinghai
Inner Mongolia 293.70 2,900-3,000 1.72%
Beijing 315.90 3,100-3,200 -1.56%
Tianjin
Shanxi
Heilongjiang 34.80 3,000-3,300 0.80%
Liaoning
Jilin
Jiangsu 14.00 3,200-3,300 -0.71%
Anhui
Shandong 19.04 3,400-3,500 -0.71%
Henan 59.40 3,200-3,300 -0.76%
Hubei
Hunan
Guizhou 93.60