Australian LNG Arrives In Guangdong

July 2006
Pipeline & Gas Journal;Jul2006, Vol. 233 Issue 7, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the arrival of Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the Guangdong Sheng LNG terminal in China. The first shipment came from the North West Shelf LNG facility at Karratha. More than 3.7 million metric tons per annum (MMt/a) of LNG will be imported from the North West Shelf in the first phase of the $846 million terminal, wherein more than 300 kilometers of transmission pipeline has been constructed. The second phase, which will be completed in 2009, will expand the terminal to 5 MMt/a while the pipeline network will be expanded by 240 kilometers.


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