China’s Xinjiang Lihua Lvyuan to start up LNG plant in October

11 July 2013 10:23  [Source: ICIS news]

Singapore (ICIS)--China’s Xinjiang Lihua Lvyuan New Energy plans to start up a 500,000 cubic metre (cbm)/day gas liquefaction plant at Tiemenguan in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in October 2013, a company source said on Thursday.

The yuan (CNY) 350m ($57.1m) plant will mainly process natural gas supplied from oil and gasfields in Xinjiang and will be equipped with a 5,000cbm storage tank, the source said.

The company also plans to invest CNY200m in building a second-phase project at the same site, bringing the total liquefaction capacity to 1m cubic metres/day.

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) outputs will be mainly supplied to LNG-refuelling stations nearby and industrial users, with some of them being saved for residential consumption, the source said.

The company plans to build 20 refuelling stations for LNG and compressed natural gas (CNG), added the source.

Xinjiang Lihua Lvyuan New Energy specialises in green industries such as natural gas and new energies.

($1 = CNY6.13)


By: Minhao Zhu



AddThis Social Bookmark Button

For the latest chemical news, data and analysis that directly impacts your business sign up for a free trial to ICIS news - the breaking online news service for the global chemical industry.

Get the facts and analysis behind the headlines from our market leading weekly magazine: sign up to a free trial to ICIS Chemical Business.

Printer Friendly