08 November 2012 06:08 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Chinese firm Dingfu Clean Energy Development plans to start building a 700,000 tonne/year gas liquefaction plant at Dazhou in ?xml:namespace>
The project will be built in two phases, and is expected to come on stream in 2014, the source said.
Natural gas will be supplied by PetroChina’s Southwest Oil & Gasfield, and outputs of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are expected to be distributed at Ankai Bus’ proposed LNG-refuelling stations, the source explained.
Ankai Bus, also a project investor, plans to build 50 LNG-refuelling stations in
Together with the LNG plant and LNG-refuelling stations, the company also plans to build a production base capable of manufacturing 3,000 clean energy vehicles and to build related storage facilities, which will cost a total of yuan (CNY) 1.44bn ($230m), the source went on to add.
Dazhou-based Dingfu Clean Energy Development, co-funded by
($1 = CNY6.25)
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