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Russia to China Pipe Gas - What does it mean for LNG?


Russia to China Pipe Gas - What does it mean for LNG?

Report summary

Gazprom and CNPC now have a firm agreement for delivery of 38bcm of pipe gas from East Russia to north-east China.  As one of the largest energy deals on record, the agreement has implications for China’s future LNG imports and the global LNG market more generally.

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