LNG suppliers eye Asian gas demand

Slower than expected gas demand growth in China could put more pressure on LNG suppliers that are already trying to survive high costs amid an industrywide downturn marked by lower crude prices.

Velda Addison, Hart Energy

LNG storage tanks welcome imports at Yangshan Port in Shanghai. China’s gas demand grew more slowly than expected in 2014.

Slower than expected gas demand growth in China could put more pressure on LNG suppliers that are already trying to survive high costs amid an industrywide downturn marked by lower crude prices.

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Velda Addison

Velda Addison is the senior editor of digital media for Hart Energy’s editorial team. She covers energy with a focus on renewables.