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LNG shipments to China

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March 26 (LNGJ) – China will be unloading at least three LNG shipments in the days ahead. The 174,100  cubic metres capacity carrier “Cesi Lianyungang” will be unloading a cargo at the Qingdao terminal in eastern Shandong province from Australia-Pacific LNG at Gladstone in Queensland where terminal owner Sinopec is a shareholder. The 147,000 cubic metres capacity vessel “Min Lu” will deliver a cargo on March 26 at CNOOC’s Fujian terminal from the BP-operated Tangguh plant in Indonesia. The 147,000 cubic metres capacity “Dapeng Moon” will then discharge a shipment on March 29 at the CNOOC Shenzhen Diefu regasification facility from the Woodside Dampier export terminal in Western Australia.