China will import more liquefied natural gas to al

2022-08-24
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China will import more liquefied natural gas to alleviate the gas shortage, Zhang Guobao, deputy director of the national development and Reform Commission and director of the national energy administration, said on the 7th that in order to alleviate the "gas shortage" and solve the contradiction of insufficient domestic natural gas supply, the country will strive to import more liquefied natural gas (LNG) and accelerate the construction of LNG receiving terminals, natural gas pipelines and storage facilities in coastal areas

when attending the liquefied natural gas (LNG) ship type press conference held by China National Shipbuilding Corporation in Beijing, Zhang Guobao told that China imported about 3.5 million tons of liquefied natural gas in 2009, equivalent to 5billion cubic meters of natural gas, equivalent to nearly 6% of the total national natural gas consumption of 85billion cubic meters last year. Imported liquefied natural gas has played a complementary role in the domestic natural gas supply, but also played a role in regulating the peak and valley of natural gas supply and additional resources

at present, China has established LNG receiving terminal projects in Shenzhen, Guangdong, Putian, Fujian and Shanghai. Zhang Guobao said at the national energy work conference that the failure of the sensor was mainly due to the overload of experimental force. This year, liquefied natural gas receiving terminals will be built in Zhuhai, Guangdong, Shandong and other places, and major natural gas fields in the central and western regions and offshore natural gas reserves will be further developed to accelerate the increase of domestic natural gas production

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