Chinese LNG output to fall as plants halt production

China is forecast to produce 28,352 tons per day of LNG this week as plants in the provinces of Shanxi and Hubei have suspended production China is forecast to produce 28,352 tons per day of LNG this week as plants in the provinces of Shanxi and Hubei have suspended production.
By Tang Tian 17 May 2018 0 30892
Chart showing LNG delivery schedule

China is forecast to produce 28,352 tons per day of LNG this week as plants in the provinces of Shanxi and Hubei have suspended production. Plants in northern and central China intend to hike their ex-works prices by an average of 6.75% from the previous week.

Chart showing LNG output forecasts

China’s Tianjin LNG terminal loaded an average of 370 tanker trucks per day last week, up from 350 per day the week before. Ningbo’s tanker sales also increased, to 300 per day...

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