Chinese LNG production to rise as plants boost output

China is forecast to produce 30,873 tons of LNG per day this week as plants in Inner Mongolia and southwestern and central China are set to boost output China is forecast to produce 30,873 tons of LNG per day this week as plants in Inner Mongolia and southwestern and central China are set to boost output.
By Tang Tian 10 May 2018 0 30790
Chart showing delivery scheduled of Chinese imported cargoes

China is forecast to produce 30,873 tons of LNG per day this week as plants in central China and Shandong province have indicated they intend to boost output. Plants in Inner Mongolia and southwestern and central China will increase their ex-works prices by an average of 3.35% week on week.

Chart showing forecast Chinese LNG output

China’s Tianjin terminal sent out 350 tanker trucks of LNG per day last week, while send-out at Ningbo climbed to 249 tankers per day. Rudong, Zhuhai and...

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