SINGAPORE/LONDON—The tanker Maran Gas Vergina has arrived in China with the first delivery of U.S. LNG in 13 months, shipping data showed on April 20.
U.S. LNG was last shipped to China in March 2019 before a trade war erupted between the two countries.
The tanker berthed on April 20 in Tianjin, where China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) and Sinopec operate LNG terminals.
Aboard was a cargo which loaded at the Freeport LNG plant in Texas, ship-tracking data from Refinitiv and data intelligence firm Kpler showed.
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