China: LNG Tanker Due at Dapeng Terminal Tomorrow

LNG Tanker Due at Dapeng Terminal Tomorrow

China’s Guangdong Dapeng LNG import terminal is due to receive a cargo of LNG from Russia on March 17, according to shipping data.

The cargo is being hauled by the Stena Blue Sky, a 145.500 cbm tanker.

The Guangdong LNG Terminal, operated by CNOOC, is located in Shenzhen at Chengtoujiao, Dapeng Bay.

The main facilities of the terminal include: three 160,000 cbm LNG storage tanks, a berth capable of accommodating 217,000 cbm LNG carriers and nine sets of LNG vaporizers.

It has received its first cargo in May, 2006 from Australia’s North West Shelf project.

LNG World News Staff, March 16, 2012; Image: CNOOC

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