Reuters are reporting that China’s CNOOC is expanding its LNG receiving terminal in southern province of Hainan to boost sales of gas carried by trucks or smaller tankers, ahead a demand surge in winter.
The expansion, expected to completed by end of October, will lift the terminal’s annual handling capacity of 1.32 million t.
Last winter China, the world’s second-largest LNG importer, experienced a rare boom of gas hauled by trailers as these trucks filled a logistics gap.
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