The bunkering and gas supply for LNG-powered ships in Guangdong Province has been secured by CIMC Enric and CNOOC on a LNG purchase and sales agreement.
Furthermore, CNOOC will ensure the gas supply service for the LNG-powered ship reconstructed by CIMC Enric in the future.
It is estimated that compared with diesel, LNG can reduce the emissions of nitrogen dioxide, carbon dioxide, and sulfur dioxide by 80%, 25%, and 100% respectively.
The agreement between CIMC Enric and CNOOC strongly follows the national strategy of “carbon neutrality and emission peak”.
CIMC Enric is engaged in the design, development, manufacturing, engineering, and sales, as well as provision of technical maintenance services for, a wide range of transportation, storage, and processing equipment used in the energy, chemical, and liquid food industries. After long years spent in operating and developing their businesses, CIMC ENRIC has now acquired more than 10 brands, more than 20 member enterprises, and 10,000 employees, achieving annual revenue of RMB 10 billion since 2013.
China National Offshore Oil Corporation, or CNOOC Group, is one of the largest national oil companies in China. It is the third-largest national oil company in the People’s Republic of China, after CNPC and China Petrochemical Corporation.