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Will Trump’s Beijing trip kick-start US LNG exports to China?

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07 November 2017

Will Trump’s Beijing trip kick-start US LNG exports to China?

Report summary

Trump is sure to champion is the ramping up of US LNG exports to China during his visit this week, which his administration has identified as a means to deliver on the president’s key campaign pledge – reducing the US’s large trade deficit with China. Wood Mackenzie has teamed up with its sister company Verisk Maplecroft, to analyse the political, commercial and strategic factors that will influence the prospect of US gas exports to China, both now and over the longer term.

Table of contents

  • Key points:
  • Political dynamics look conducive
  • China needs more gas imports
  • US is looking to export more LNG
  • Strategic picture is complicated
  • US suppliers will have to settle for a small slice of a big cake

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • US trade deficit with China
  • China gas demand growth to 2025
  • China gas supply growth to 2025
  • US LNG export capacity
  • China natural gas imports & disruption risk

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