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China's newbuild LNG terminal online from October

CHINA is set to open a new LNG import terminal, in the city of Tianjin which will supply Beijing, in October.

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It comes as gas demand in China is set to soar following a 20% fall in LNG imports last year to 63.5 million tonnes amid COVID-19 lockdown policies and high spot prices. China was the second largest LNG...

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