Guangdong LNG Project Welcomes Its First Anniversary

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30th Jun 2007

By June 28th 2007, Guangdong Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Project has been in smooth operation for one year.

During the past year, Shenzhen Chengtoujiao LNG Receiving Terminal has successively received 29 cargoes, totaling 1.71 million tons of LNG, from Australia’s North West Shelf Venture. Through the gas trunk line of 385 kilometers, 1.68 million tons of gasified LNG has been supplied to 5 city fuel users, such as Shenzhen, Dongguan, Guangzhou, Foshan and Hong Kong, and 5 power plant users, including Huizhou, Qianwan, Zhujiang, Meishi and Dongbu Power Plant.

According to the natural gas utilization plan, Guangdong LNG Pilot Project will be constructed in two phases. The designed receiving capacity in Phase I is 3.7 million tons per year, and the total capacity upon the completion of Phase II will be about 12.0 million tons per year.

As the first LNG pilot project in China, Guangdong LNG Project was approved by the State Council in December 1999. Its construction was started on Dec 28th 2003, and Phase I project was completed on June 28th 2006. The smooth operation of Guangdong LNG Project plays an important role in relaxing the energy shortage, adjusting the energy mix and improving the environment of the Pearl River Delta area, as well as helping build a resource-saving and environmental-friendly society.

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