China’s CNOOC Shandong New Energy eyes LNG unit trial runs in July

02 May 2013 07:41  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) Shandong New Energy is expected to conduct trial runs at its 120m cubic metre/year gas liquefaction plant at Heze in Shandong province in July, a company source said on Thursday.

This is phase one of the project, said the source, without giving details on the future planning.

The plant will process coal gas supplied by Heze Fuhai Energy Development, which is one of the shareholders of the company, the source added.

The liquefied natural gas (LNG) output from the plant will be mainly supplied to the Shandong market, said the source, adding that the company is going to partner with an independent logistics company for the delivery service.

In addition, the company plans to build over 30 LNG-refuelling stations, gas-fired power plants and gas-fired distributed energy resources projects in Heze, according to a source from Heze Fuhai Energy Development.

“We have selected the sites for some LNG-refuelling stations, but yet to start the construction,” said the source from Shandong New Energy.

CNOOC Shandong New Energy is co-invested by CNOOC Gas & Power Group, Heze Fuhai Energy Development and Tianjin Angke Investment. The company is mainly responsible for the construction and operation of CNOOC’s coal gas recycling projects in Heze.

By: Francie Liu
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