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Chinese Natural Gas Fueling Station Equipment Industry Examined in ResearchInChina Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

10 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – There were approximately 7,000 natural gas stations in China in late 2014, a Y-o-Y increase by around 25 percent. The country launched nearly 1,400 natural gas stations in the same year, a decrease by more than 21 percent from 2013.

However, the number of new LNG stations decreased from the previous year (down by appr. 37 percent) given a decrease in an international price for oil. In the meantime, while the number of CNG stations increased by 0.7 percent from 2014.

The local CNG compressors space is dominated by three companies having a combined market share of over 64 percent. Investments in LNG stations are expected to improve in the upcoming years in China, though a growth rate is likely to slow down.

Some of key players in the marketplace comprise: Chart Industries, Chengdu Huaqi Houpu Holding Co., CIMC Enric Holdings Limited, and more.

Insightful research report “China Natural Gas Fueling Station Equipment Industry Report, 2015-2018” developed by ResearchInChina offers a comprehensive guide to the Chinese market for natural gas fueling station equipment. The study provides a 360-degree view of the marketplace. It investigates consumption and production trends in the country. The report delves deep into performance of the local natural gas vehicle and gas fueling station market. The research study discusses CNG and LNG station equipment industry in detail. It contains company profiles and forecasts market development trends in the upcoming years.

Report Details:

China Natural Gas Fueling Station Equipment Industry Report, 2015-2018
Published: May, 2015
Pages: 110
Price: US$ 2,400.00

More in-demand studies by the publisher can be found at ResearchInChina page


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