China gas and power in brief 2021

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26 April 2021

China gas and power in brief 2021

Report summary

Our China gas and power in brief is a rolling coverage of events as they happen in gas and power markets. We add commentary on stories as they break to keep you informed in real-time. The page can be bookmarked for quick access to the latest stories and also for links to our most recent informs and insights. For stories before January 2021, please refer to the China gas and power month in brief.

Table of contents

  • Gas storage capacity sold via Shanghai gas exchange, but price not disclosed
  • China’s LNG imports grow 30% in Q1 and buyers want more
  • China mulls changes to inter-provincial gas transmission tariffs
    • Domestic production and gas imports show strong growth in the first two months of 2021
  • PipeChina updates spare capacity at its six terminals from March onwards
  • Shenergy signs a 15-year SPA with NOVATEK from Arctic LNG-2
  • China’s LNG imports hit record high in December, pushing full-year growth to 12%
  • Group purchasing of international LNG launched on Shanghai gas exchange
  • CNPC’s domestic gas production hits record high
  • Guangxi Beihai LNG resumes operation to alleviate winter gas supply pressure

Tables and charts

This report includes 12 images and tables including:

  • China LNG imports by terminal
  • SPAs by company
  • Contract by indexation type
  • Guangxi LNG
  • Shenzhen LNG
  • Yuedong LNG
  • Tianjin LNG
  • Fangchenggang LNG
  • Hainan LNG
  • China domestic gas output
  • Domestic gas production
  • Gas imports

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