PipeChina Accelerates Construction Of Longkou Nanshan LNG Storage Project
10.19.2022 By Ella Keskin - NEWS

October 19, 2022 [Tank Store Mag] – China’s state-owned National Oil and Gas Pipeline Group (PipeChina) and its partner Nanshan Group have accelerated the construction of Longkou Nanshan LNG storage project in Yantai City, east China’s Shandong Province.

 

The project includes an LNG receiving terminal, a wharf, and some LNG storage tanks. Construction workers are now working on the sixth tank.

Currently, the overall progress of the first phase of the project has passed halfway. Benefiting from the faster progress, the project now enjoys increasingly prominent advantages in the fields of LNG cold energy utilisation, natural gas reserve transportation and gas sales, and the natural gas industry chain has been further expanded around the project.

Since the beginning of September, multiple efforts, such as non-stop equipment support and tighter work shift arrangements, have been made to accelerate the construction.

 


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