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Trade tiff may hurt US LNG exports, oil prices

By Zheng Xin | China Daily | Updated: 2018-04-16 07:39

Liquefied natural gas or LNG exporters in the United States, which have been eyeing opportunities in China, might rue the current Sino-US trade friction, said analysts.

Demand for LNG in China has soared in recent years following accent on gas usage in place of coal and other polluting fuels.

"We can't exclude the possibility that the US may lose the opportunity to export more LNG to China if the trade war spreads from LPG to oil and LNG," said Wang Lu, an Asia-Pacific oil and gas analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence.

Trade tiff may hurt US LNG exports, oil prices

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