China’s LNG output has tightened after PetroChina cut the supply of gas to LNG plants in Shaanxi and Inner Mongolia. The two regions account for more than one-third of the country’s liquefaction capacity.
PetroChina’s western gas sales branch notified LNG plants in the two regions that they will receive a total of just 6 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) between them in November because gas is being conserved for residential use during the heating season, sources at three plants told Interfax Natural Gas Daily. The...
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