Category Archives: China

Time to Negotiate End to Tariffs

LNG Allies Urges “Serious, High-Level Negotiations” to End US-China Tariff Dispute WASHINGTON — August 3, 2018 — Bloomberg reports ( https://bloom.bg/2vxfIZf ) that China could levy “duties ranging from 5% to 25% . . . on 5,207 kinds of American imports if the U.S. delivers its proposed taxes on another $200 billion of Chinese goods, […]

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Categories: China, Tariffs, United States


Sinopec to More Than Double LNG Capacity

China’s Sinopec group, parent of Sinopec Corp., aims to more than double its receiving capacity of LNG over the next six years and lift domestic shale gas production by two thirds by 2020… Sinopec will have 60 bcm of natural gas supply capacity, which includes both imports and domestic production, by 2023, the group said […]

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Categories: China, Sinopec


ADN: Alaska LNG on Global Radar

Walker Says Alaska LNG On World Leaders’ Radars (Alaska Daily News) ADN reports that Alaska Gov. Bill Walker continues to court world leaders for Alaska’s giant gas-export project, saying Tues. (Apr. 11) that he personally put in a plug with President Trump and is now trying to meet with Japan’s prime minister, following recent talks […]

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Categories: Alaska, Alaska Gasline Development, China