China’s Shaanxi Lvyuan Natural Gas to start up three LNG plants

09 May 2012 08:20  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China’s Shaanxi Lvyuan Natural Gas plans to start up three liquefied natural gas (LNG) plantswith a combined capacity of 2.45m cubic metre (cbm)/day in Shaanxi province in 2012-2013, a company source said on Wednesday.

A 1m cbm/day plant at Zizhou is expected to begin operations in October 2012 and another 1m cbm/day plant at Mizhi is expected to be brought on stream in August 2013, the source said.

These two plants will have two 5,000 cbm storage tanks each, the source added.

The company has obtained the approval from the Shaanxi Development and Reform Commission to build a 450,000cbm/day plant at Hanzhong and the plant is expected to come on line in December 2012, the source said.

“Feedstock gas of all the three projects will be supplied by PetroChina’s Changqing oilfield, and LNG outputs will be largely sold to east, south and central China,” the source added.

Shaanxi Lvyuan Natural Gas is mainly engaged in the processing and distribution of natural gas and in construction gas projects.


By: Jane Han



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