China imported 4.53 million mt of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in June 2019, up 14.9% yr on yr and 10,000 mt or 2.3% month on month, knowledge from the Basic Administration of Customs (GAC) reveals.
The imports accounted for 60.2% of China’s whole pure fuel imports, a rise of 5.Eight proportion factors yr on yr and 1.6 proportion factors month on month.
China’s imports of pure fuel in June have been 7.52 million mt, up 3.4% yr on yr and down 40,000 mt or 0.5% month on month. The nation imported 2.99 million mt of gaseous pure fuel (GNG) within the month, down 10.3% yr on yr and 140,000 mt or 4.5% month on month.
The import worth of natural gas was $3.10 billion in June, up 7.9% yr on yr, whereas that of LNG and GNG have been $2.01 billion and $1.09 billion, respectively, up 9.7% and 4.8% yr on yr.
It’s calculated that the pure fuel import worth averaged $412/mt in June, up $4.1/mt or 1.0% month on month, whereas that of LNG and GNG averaged $443.7/mt and $363.9/mt, respectively, up $0.9/mt or 0.2% and $5.4/mt or 1.5% month on month. Related:…