Shell Set to Sign LNG Terminal Deal With PipeChina

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Supermajor Royal Dutch Shell is waiting for approval from PipeChina, China’s oil and gas pipeline grid company, to sign a Terminal User Agreement (TUA) with the latter, well-informed industry insiders told Energy Intelligence this Thursday.

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