Jereh Sichuan Shale Gas LNG Project II Achieving Production

November 3rd, 2015/ Jereh Group announced that the Junlian shale gas liquefaction project with capacity of 10.6 MMSCFD, the second EPC turnkey project by Jereh, had successfully achieved one-time debugging & LNG production, showing mature technology package and project management capabilities. In late December of 2014, Jereh finished China’s first shale gas plant production and commercialization, and now many other projects are undertaken in Heilongjiang, Sichuan and Qinghai.


Jereh Sichuan Shale Gas LNG Project II Achieving Production

Jereh Sichuan Shale Gas LNG Project (2.47MMSCFD)

This is Phase II of Jereh’s Junlian LNG Project, with a total investment of about 31.5 million dollars.  Jereh offers package services from project design, procurement, module manufacturing, and site construction to commissioning. It can not only help local employment at large but also promote the shale gas utilization with annual sales revenue of LNG expected to reach 53 million dollars. Similar to Phase I, Phase II also adopts self-developed liquefaction technology packages and standardized, modular design. The main processing units are skid-mounted and in-house fabricated, which are efficient for on-site installation as a whole, and reduce the project period and construction cost, bringing customers with better returns in the shortest period.

Based on the standardized and modular concept, Jereh launched its Playwell Micro LNG Solution at 2015 World Gas Conference this June. The solution provides 4 standardized packages including design, procurement, manufacturing and processing technology to treat different raw gas sources. So the overall project cycle can be reduced by 60% and cost by 20%.

Affected by the downturn of low oil and gas price, the operation rate of liquefaction plant is generally not high. But because of rich shale gas resources as well as the strong LNG market demand around Sichuan, the Phase I has been running well, with average processing up to 2.8 million cubic feet per day. It is expected that Phase II will continue to boost local economic development.