A feeder container ship loaded with 130 LNG tank containers sailed northward from the Port of Yangpu of Hainan Province to the Port of Jinzhou in November.
The innovative transportation of LNG, a trial project jointly approved by China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), National Energy Administration (NEA) and Ministry of Transport (MOT), is the country's first-ever attempt to transport the surplus capacity of Hainan terminal to its northern part via LNG tank containers, and it is of significant importance to satisfy the demands for winter heating with clean energy and ensure the LNG supply in northern China.
The 130 LNG tank containers were developed and manufactured by CIMC ENRIC.
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