China’s Shandong Jinluban Group to start up LNG plant in Dec

20 June 2012 09:49  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China-based Shandong Jinluban Group plans to start up a 300,000 cubic metre (cbm)/day liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in December, a company source said on Wednesday.

Feedstock gas to the project, located in Dezhou in Shandong province, will be mainly supplied through PetroChina’s Hebei-Nanjing gas pipeline. This connects the second West-East Gas Pipeline and the Shaanxi-Beijing network, the source said.

“Output will be sold at LNG-refuelling stations in Dezhou, with extra volumes distributed nationwide,” the source added.

The company has also built two 5,000cbm storage tanks at the same site, and is planning to buy 30 trucks for LNG delivery, the source went on to add.

Shandong Jinluban Group is involved in real estate, organic agriculture, logistics and clean energies.

By: Jane Han

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