Shell Signs LNG Import Plant Use Agreement With PipeChina

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Shell announced on Friday that it signed a medium- and long-term use agreement for LNG receiving terminals with China Oil & Gas Pipeline Network Corporation (PipeChina), which makes Shell the first international energy company to sign such an agreement with PipeChina.

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