August 16, 2019 / 8:33 AM / 2 months ago

FACTBOX-China's LNG import terminals and storage facilities

    SINGAPORE, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Chinese city-gas distributor Shenzhen Gas
 will launch next week in southern China its first fully-owned
terminal to import liquefied natural gas (LNG), a company executive told Reuters
on Friday. 
    This will make Shenzhen Gas the second city gas distributor backed by a
local government that owns an LNG import facility. The first was Shenergy Group,
which opened an LNG import terminal in Shanghai in 2008. 
    Most of the China's import terminals are owned by the dominant state-run oil
and gas companies like China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) and PetroChina
. 
    The new facility, with a capacity of 800,000 tonnes a year, will take
China's total number of operating LNG terminals to 22. 
    CNOOC, parent of CNOOC Ltd, started China's first terminal in
2006, and accounts for nearly 60 percent of its total receiving capacity. 
    A handful of small private firms have in recent years stepped into the
sector, including city gas developer ENN Energy, Jovo Energy and
Guanghui Energy. The largest independent terminal, a 3 million
tonne-per-year facility in east China, was built by ENN and started up in
October. 
    Below are the details of terminals and storage tanks attached to China's LNG
terminals, according to China Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering Institute
and industry sources. 
    A total of 9.34 million cubic metres of storage tanks are in operation at
these terminals, with another 4.94 million cubic metres under construction. 
    (Terminal capacity is in million tonnes per year; storage is given in the
number of tanks by tank size in 1,000 cubic metres. For instance, 4X160=four
tanks each sized 160,000 cubic metres.) 
    
 Location   Developer        Capacity     Startup        Storage        Storage
                                                        capacity         (being
                                                                  built/startup
                                                                          est.)
 Dalian     CNPC Kunlun             6   Late 2011          3X160               
            Energy, Dalian                                        
            Port                                                  
 Tangshan   CNPC Kunlun,       3.5 in   Late 2013          4X160   4X160 / 2020
            Beijing Gas      phase I,                             
                               6.5 in                             
                             phase II                             
 Tianjin    CNOOC, Tianjin        2.2   Late 2013    2X30, 1X160   4X200 / 2021
            Port                                                  
 Tianjin    Sinopec                 3   Late 2018          4X160   5X220 / 2021
 Qingdao    Sinopec                 3   Late 2014          4X160   2X160 / 2020
 Rudong     Kunlun Energy,     6.5 in    Mid 2011   3X160, 1X200   2X200 / 2021
            Pacific          phase I,                             
            Oil&Gas            6.5 in                             
                             phase II                             
 Qidong     Guanghui           0.6 in    Mid 2017    2X50, 1X160   1X160 / 2019
            Energy           phase I,                             
                              1.15 in                             
                             phase II                             
 Shanghai   Shenergy Group        1.5        2008    1X20, 2X50,               
                                                           2X100  
 Shanghai   Shenergy                3   Late 2009          3X160   2X200 / 2020
            Group, CNOOC                                          
 Zhoushan   ENN Group               3   Late 2018          2X160   2X160 / 2021
 Ningbo     CNOOC,                  3   Late 2012          3X160   3X160 / late
            Zhenergy                                                       2019
 Putian     CNOOC, Fujian         6.3  Early 2009          4X160   2X160 / 2019
            govt                                                  
 Yuedong    CNOOC                   2    Mid 2017          3X160               
 Shenzhen   Shenzhen Gas          0.8    Aug 2019           1x80  
 Dapeng     CNOOC, BP,            6.8   Late 2006          4X160               
            Shenzhen Gas                                          
 Diefu      CNOOC,                  4    Mid 2018          4X160               
            Shenzhen                                              
            Energy                                                
 Dongguan   Jovo                  1.5        2012           2X80               
 Zhuhai     CNOOC,                3.5   Late 2013          3X160               
            Guangzhou Gas                                         
 Beihai     Sinopec, Beibu          3    Mid 2016          4X160               
            Bay Port                                              
 Yangpu     CNOOC, Guodian          3    Mid 2014          2X160               
 Fangcheng  CNOOC,                  1  Early 2019           2X30               
 gang       Fangcheng Port                                        
 Hainan     CNPC Shennan          0.6   Late 2014           2X20               
            Energy                                                
            TOTAL                67.8                      9,340          4,940
 
 (Compiled by Chen Aizhu; Editing by Tom Hogue)
  
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