Woodside Petroleum would be interested in investing in an LNG terminal in China if the right deal came along, Peter Coleman, the chief executive of the Australian company, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily on Thursday.
“Certainly, if we were invited to participate in a terminal, we would look very hard at it. We would only do it with a very strong local partner […] that we know,” Coleman said in an interview in Beijing.
Woodside has received no overtures from Chinese companies so far, but it is...
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