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China’s LNG output to rise as maintenance ends

The country is forecast to produce around 37,500 tons of LNG this week as plants in several regions resume operations The country is forecast to produce around 37,500 tons of LNG this week as plants in several regions resume operations.
By Tang Tian 15 August 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG 0 34479
Chart showing Chinese LNG output forecast

China’s average LNG output is forecast to increase to 37,468 tons per day this week as plants in Inner Mongolia, Hubei and Sichuan are set to resume production after completing maintenance.

Chart showing average Chinese trucked LNG sales from terminals

China National Offshore Oil Corp.’s (CNOOC’s) Tianjin regasification facility loaded an average of 401 LNG tanker trucks per day last week, the most of any Chinese terminal. CNOOC’s Zhuhai terminal ranked second, sending out 196 per day, followed by Sinopec’s Tianjin facility, which sent out 189 per day.

Chart showing Chinese LNG delivery schedule