Oil and gas giant China Petrochemical Corp, or Sinopec, has completed the re-gasification capacity expansion work for the second-phase of its liquefied natural gas receiving terminal in Tianjin, marking a step closer in the completion of the country’s largestto-be LNG terminal.

Following the expansion, the LNG terminal’s re-gasification capacity has increased to 45 million cubic meters daily, including the newly added daily capacity of 30 million cubic meters, which became operational on Saturday.

Following the re-gasification expansion project that was accomplished 10 days before schedule, the terminal will continue with construction of LNG storage tanks and docks.

Tianjin LNG terminal expansion on track, says Sinopec

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