China’s Ordos Huida to start up new LNG project in July

29 May 2012 09:07  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Chinese firm Ordos Huida LNG is planning to start up its 300,000 cubic metre (cbm)/day liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant at Ordos in Inner Mongolia in July, a company source said on Tuesday.

Feedstock gas will be mainly supplied by Chinese oil and gas giant PetroChina’s Changqing oil field through the Changqing-Hohhot gas pipeline, which is expected to come on stream in late June or early July, the source said.

“We have built a 5,000cbm storage tank, and LNG delivery will be carried out by third-party logistics companies at the beginning,” the source said, adding that the company is considering buying trucks later.

Output will be supplied to LNG-refueling stations operated by Inner Mongolia Western Natural Gas in the local market, with extra volumes sold to nearby markets, the source added.

Ordos Huida LNG, a subsidiary of Inner Mongolia Western Natural Gas, is largely engaged in the production, storage and distribution of LNG.


By: Jane Han



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