China’s demand for natural gas, infrastructure to rise even as trade war slows down economy
China’s appetite for natural gas and infrastructure needs to accommodate imports will grow strongly in the next few years, even as the prolonged trade war slows its economy and stifles purchases from the US, forcing it to look elsewhere, an industry expert says.“The US-China trade war only affects US exporters because there is more than enough LNG available in the market – from places like Qatar, Australia, Nigeria,” Sveinung Stohle, chief executive of Oslo-based Hoegh LNG, owner of the world’s…

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