Lng Trucking in China: How it Unlocks Demand and Facilitates Price Discovery

  • ID: 4542501
  • Report
  • Region: China
  • Wood Mackenzie
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China is the world's largest LNG trucking market. In 2017, 19 Mt of LNG was transported via tanker truck from domestic liquefaction plants and LNG import terminals to downstream markets, equivalent to 12% of total gas consumption. LNG trucking also played a crucial role in enabling coal-to-gas switching and addressing regas constraints during the winter. Read this insight to understand: The scale of LNG trucking in China and the main growth drivers. The relationship between China’s LNG imports and trucking. The economics of LNG trucking in the country. Whether LNG trucking will be sustainable in the future.
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  • Highlights
  • Background
  • Massive scale of LNG trucking due to China's gas market dynamics
  • Growing relationship between LNG imports and trucking
  • Sustainability of LNG trucking: key issues
  • Conclusion
Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

Images
  • Trucked LNG and % of China's total gas demand
  • Sources of LNG
  • LNG trucking in China: how it unlocks demand and facilitates price discovery: Image 3
  • LNG imports: pipeline offtake versus trucking
  • Monthly LNG trucking: terminals versus LNG plants
  • LNG trucking in China: how it unlocks demand and facilitates price discovery: Image 6
  • Ownership of LNG trucks
  • Number of LNG trucks
  • Gas-on-gas competition: Hebei province, northern China
  • Delivered costs of domestically produced LNG and imported LNG (2017, on annual basis)
Tables
  • LNG trucking in China: how it unlocks demand and facilitates price discovery: Table 1
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