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APAC Energy Buzz: Biden, China and politics of energy

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11 November 2020

APAC Energy Buzz: Biden, China and politics of energy

Report summary

US-China relations have major implications for energy markets and climate change. With President-elect Biden looking to take the US back into the Paris climate agreement, will the US and China collaborate or clash on tackling global warming? Is the January 2020 Phase One trade deal dead in the water? Or could US crude and LNG exports to China surprise to the upside? Much remains unknown, but while the style of a Biden administration may be different to that of President Trump, the substance of US-China relations may not change significantly.

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  • Tackling climate change – collaboration or competition?
  • Oil imports and the ailing Phase One trade deal
  • Positive momentum for US LNG
  • A bumpy ride ahead

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  • China crude imports by source – spot the US

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