CNPC Says Chinese LNG Imports to Remain Weak

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China’s LNG imports are expected to remain weak in 2023 unless international gas prices remain bearish for a sustained period, according to the country’s largest natural gas supplier, China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC).

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