A LNG tanker in Tianjin port is ready to discharge its cargo. The port has China’s only floating storage and regasification unit. Photo: Reuters A LNG tanker in Tianjin port is ready to discharge its cargo. The port has China’s only floating storage and regasification unit. Photo: Reuters
A LNG tanker in Tianjin port is ready to discharge its cargo. The port has China’s only floating storage and regasification unit. Photo: Reuters

China’s demand for natural gas, infrastructure to rise even as trade war slows down economy

  • Trade war only affects US exporters as China has slapped 25 per cent tariffs on the commodity
  • China’s LNG imports could more than double to 111 million tonnes by 2025 from last year, according to Morgan Stanley

Topic |   Energy
A LNG tanker in Tianjin port is ready to discharge its cargo. The port has China’s only floating storage and regasification unit. Photo: Reuters A LNG tanker in Tianjin port is ready to discharge its cargo. The port has China’s only floating storage and regasification unit. Photo: Reuters
A LNG tanker in Tianjin port is ready to discharge its cargo. The port has China’s only floating storage and regasification unit. Photo: Reuters
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