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China's LNG imports set for a record drop this year: Wood Mackenzie

China is set to post a record drop in LNG imports this year, which will see Japan return to the top spot as the world's biggest buyer of the super-cooled fuel, energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie said on Tuesday.

Tim Daiss
China's LNG imports set for a record drop this year: Wood Mackenzie

Wood Mackenzie expects cargoes into China to fall some 14% to 69 million tonnes in 2022. This marks only the second decline since China began LNG imports in 2006. There are several reasons for China's...

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