LNG agreements dominated the $250 billion in United States-China trade deals unveiled last week during President Donald Trump’s visit to Beijing. The deals align with China’s gas ambitions, but there are still question marks over the competitiveness of US LNG.
The agreements reflect China’s resolve to restructure its energy mix from relying on coal to using cleaner sources, Lin Boqiang, director of the China Centre for Energy Economics at Xiamen University, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily. The country needs more gas if Beijing is to achieve its...
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