Prices hit $25/MMBtu in some regions Central Asian gas supply to China cut over 10%: sources Post-Lunar New Year demand yet to fully recover China’s trucked LNG prices hit a new record high recently — breaching Yuan 8,500/mt ($1,339/mt), or the equivalent of nearly $25/MMBtu, in some northern and eastern regions — driven by tighter LNG supply at first-tier suppliers, robust domestic demand and partial curtailment of Central Asian pipeline gas supply, according to market participants. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now China’s overall trucked LNG price, for supply from both coastal LNG terminals and inland LNG plants, averaged Yuan 8,114/mt across the entire country on Feb. 22, which was also a new record high and up 79% from Jan. 28, the last trading day before the Lunar New Year holiday, data from Shanghai Petroleum and Natural Gas Exchange showed. This surpassed […]