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Sept. 3 (Bloomberg) -- China National Offshore Oil Corp. started construction of its Diefu terminal in Shenzhen with operations scheduled to begin in 2015, the Beijing-based company said in a report dated yesterday.

The following is a list of LNG terminals planned or operating in China, according to data released by the government, China’s three state oil companies and reports by official media.

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Company    Location      Capacity    Start Date    Supplier
                         (mtpa*)
---------------------------------------------------------------
CNOOC/BP   Dapeng,       3.7 (I)     May 2006      Australia
           Guangdong     3.1 (II)    n/a           n/a

Shanghai   Wuhaogou,     **          Nov 2008      Malaysia
Gas        Shanghai

CNOOC      Putian,       2.6 (I)     May 2009      Indonesia
           Fujian        3.4 (II)    n/a           n/a

CNOOC/     Yangshan,     3   (I)     Apr 2010      Malaysia
Shenergy   Shanghai      3   (II)    n/a           n/a

PetroChina Rudong,       3.5 (I)     Nov 2011      Qatar/others
/Pacific   Jiangsu       3   (II)    Dec 2013      n/a
Oil & Gas

PetroChina Dalian,       3   (I)     Dec 2011      Qatar/
           Liaoning      3   (II)    n/a           Australia

CNOOC/     Zhuhai,       3.5 (I)     End 2012      n/a
Yuedian    Guangdong     3.5 (II)    n/a           n/a

CNOOC      Ningbo,       3   (I)     2012          n/a
           Zhejiang      6   (II)    n/a           n/a

Sinopec    Qingdao,      3   (I)     Nov 2013      PNG
           Shandong      3   (II)    n/a           n/a

CNOOC      Jieyang,      2   (I)     2013          n/a
           Guangdong     2   (II)    n/a           n/a

CNOOC      Tianjin***    2.2 (I)     2013          n/a
                         3.8 (II)    2015          n/a

PetroChina Tangshan,     3.5 (I)     2013          n/a
           Hebei         3   (II)    n/a           n/a

CNOOC      Yangpu,       3   (I)     Aug 2014      n/a
           Hainan        3   (II)    n/a           n/a

CNOOC      Ningde,       2.6         n/a           n/a
           Fujian

CNOOC/     Diefu,        4           2015          n/a
Shenzhen   Guangdong
Energy

PetroChina Shenzhen,     n/a         n/a           n/a
           Guangdong

Sinopec/   Zhuhai,       3   (I)     n/a           n/a
Macau Gas  Guangdong     2   (II)    n/a           n/a

Xinao Gas  Taizhou,      n/a         n/a           n/a
           Zhejiang

Xinao Gas  Wenzhou,      n/a         n/a           n/a
           Zhejiang

Xinao Gas  Zhanjiang,    n/a         n/a           n/a
           Guangdong

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Notes: (I) means Phase I and (II) means Phase II
       * mtpa stands for million metric tons per year
      ** Shanghai Gas Corp.’s Wuhaogou facility is used
         during peak seasons to receive and hold supplies and
         does not take regular shipments. It comprises three
         tanks with a combined storage capacity of 120,000
         cubic meters, with plans to add two tanks totaling
         200,000 cubic meters
     *** Floating terminal

To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Chua Baizhen in Beijing at bchua14@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Alexander Kwiatkowski at akwiatkowsk2@bloomberg.net