China’s Guanghui Energy runs Jeminey LNG plant at 50% capacity

11 July 2013 09:24  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China’s Guanghui Energy has been running its 1.5 million cubic metre (mcm)/day liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant at Jeminey in Xinjiang province at over 50% capacity since early July, the company said on Thursday.

The plant is expected to start commercial operation in August, Guanghui Energy said in a disclosure to the Shanghai Stock Exchange.

On-spec LNG was achieved on 1 July, following 10 days of commissioning,  it said.

LNG output from the plant will be mainly sold through Guanghui Energy’s gas-refilling stations in Xinjiang, a company source said.

Guanghui Energy is one of the biggest LNG producers in China. It has an operational capacity of 4.5mcm/day at present, including the Jeminey facility.

By: Fanny Zhang
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