Jereh Group announced the commencement of its LNG plant project in Yibin city, Sichuan, China. The plant, which has a production capacity of 2.47 million standard ft3/d, has completed water and electricity servicing and land leveling. LNG production is expected to begin by the end of 2014.
In June, the company signed an agreement with Sichuan Sentai Energy Investment Corp. to promote local shale gas liquefaction and commercialisation. “Backed by the rich reserves and favorable government policies for Sichuan shale gas exploitation, the expected high gas production will bring lower price advantage and larger economic benefits,” a statement from Sentai Energy Corp. said.
In early July, Jereh signed a strategic agreement with Sichuan Sentai Energy Investment Corp. to provide integrated shale gas solutions, not only for the LNG plant itself, but also for the services covering gas compression, transportation, and terminal fuelling, which Jereh will oversee.
Adapted from press release by Ted Monroe
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