On March 29, the real-time LNG import-to-ship data released by the China Natural Gas Information Terminal (E-Gas system) showed that from March 22 to March 28, China imported 22 LNG ships through coastal LNG terminals. It is expected that the import volume is about 1.42 million tons.
From the perspective of import source countries, during the week of March 22 to March 28, China’s LNG import sources were 9 countries. Among them, 11 ships were imported from Australia, and the estimated import volume was about 770,000 tons, accounting for about 54% of the total imports that week.
From the perspective of cargo arrivals, during the week of March 22 to March 28, a total of 11 LNG ships were unloaded in South China (including Fujian), 7 ships in the Yangtze River Delta region, and 4 ships in the Bohai Rim region. Among them, the Guangdong Shenzhen Dapeng LNG receiving station unloaded 3 ships of LNG, with a total of about 196,000 tons, the largest number.
E-Gas system LNG shipping schedule forecast data shows that in the coming week (March 29-April 4), China will import about 19 ships of LNG through coastal LNG terminals, and the estimated import volume is about 1.3 million tons.
The China Natural Gas Information Terminal (E-Gas System) is a vertical information service product that focuses on the subdivisions of the energy industry, created by the China Economic Information Service and the Shanghai Petroleum and Natural Gas Trading Center. It integrates rich industry data resources and combines the actual situation of the company. In order to provide users with the most advanced comprehensive information services in the natural gas industry in China, it has developed special functions such as LNG spot import cost estimation, domestic natural gas infrastructure maps, and real-time LNG international trade statistics.