Chinese LNG output to rise following maintenance

China is expected to produce 50.89 MMcm/d of LNG this week as plants in the northwest, northeast and central parts of the country resume production China is expected to produce 50.89 MMcm/d of LNG this week as plants in the northwest, northeast and central parts of the country resume production.
By Tang Tian 2 November 2017 0 28212

China’s Dapeng terminal sent out 200 trucks of LNG last week, unchanged from the week before, while Qingdao lifted sales to 625 trucks.

LNG sales from terminals, trucks

Date Dapeng Putian Ningbo Rudong Dongguan
23 Oct 40 100 245 65 130
24 Oct 40 100 245 65 130
25 Oct 40 100 245 65 130
26 Oct 40 100 245 65 130
27 Oct 40 100 245 65 130
Date Zhuhai Tianjin Qingdao Tangshan
23 Oct 170 200 125 45
24 Oct 170 200 125 45
25 Oct 170 200 125 45
26 Oct 170 200 125 45
27 Oct 170 200 125 45
Date Dalian Beihai Yuedong Qidong
23 Oct 20 120 80 90
24 Oct 20 120 80 90
25 Oct 20 120 80 90
26 Oct 20 120 80 90
27 Oct 20 120 80 90
Sources: JLC, SCI

China’s LNG output is expected to increase this week to 50.89 million cubic metres per day as plants in northwest, northeast and central China resume production after maintenance. Prices are...

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