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China’s largest shale gas project goes into production

Updated: May 30,2016 3:03 PM     Xinhua

Photo taken on May 24, 2016 shows a newly-operated dehydration station of Fuling shale gas project in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality. A new dehydration station of the first phase of Sinopec’s Fuling shale gas project has gone into production recently, with a daily capacity of 3 million cubic meters. Its operation will increase the annual output of Fuling shale gas fields, the largest of its kind in China, from 5.5 billion cubic meters to 6.5 billion cubic meters. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on May 24, 2016 shows a drilling platform of Fuling shale gas project in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality. A new dehydration station of the first phase of Sinopec’s Fuling shale gas project has gone into production recently, with a daily capacity of 3 million cubic meters. Its operation will increase the annual output of Fuling shale gas fields, the largest of its kind in China, from 5.5 billion cubic meters to 6.5 billion cubic meters. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on May 24, 2016 shows a newly-operated dehydration station of Fuling shale gas project in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality. A new dehydration station of the first phase of Sinopec’s Fuling shale gas project has gone into production recently, with a daily capacity of 3 million cubic meters. Its operation will increase the annual output of Fuling shale gas fields, the largest of its kind in China, from 5.5 billion cubic meters to 6.5 billion cubic meters. [Photo/Xinhua]

Two workers inspect equipments at a newly-operated dehydration station of Fuling shale gas project in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality, May 24, 2016. A new dehydration station of the first phase of Sinopec’s Fuling shale gas project has gone into production recently, with a daily capacity of 3 million cubic meters. Its operation will increase the annual output of Fuling shale gas fields, the largest of its kind in China, from 5.5 billion cubic meters to 6.5 billion cubic meters. [Photo/Xinhua]

Two workers inspect equipments at a newly-operated dehydration station of Fuling shale gas project in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality, May 24, 2016. A new dehydration station of the first phase of Sinopec’s Fuling shale gas project has gone into production recently, with a daily capacity of 3 million cubic meters. Its operation will increase the annual output of Fuling shale gas fields, the largest of its kind in China, from 5.5 billion cubic meters to 6.5 billion cubic meters. [Photo/Xinhua]

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