China’s natural gas imports rose in September as traders pushed volumes higher ahead of peak winter demand. Data released by the National Statistics Bureau show that China’s gas imports last month.
China’s domestic gas production growth accelerated in September, which, coupled with stronger gas imports, resulted in the country’s apparent demand rising compared with a year earlier.
Domestic gas output rose to 14.6bn m³ last month from 13.5bn m³ in September 2019, data from China’s national statistics bureau show. This equates to year-on-year growth of 8pc, up from 2.9pc in August and 2.5pc in July. Output in January-June grew by 10.9pc from a year earlier, while full-year 2019 production growth was 9.3pc.
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