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  • Relative to their stature, China’s Big Three national oil companies have amassed little equity LNG volumes overseas, relying instead on offtake contracts. In Qatar, however, both Sinopec – which recently inked a mammoth LNG deal with QatarEnergy – and rival PetroChina are understood to be eyeing equity. We explore what may have prompted the change of approach.
TOM DALY is the Editor of Energy Intelligence Finance, a core offering of Energy Intelligence's Competitive Intelligence Service. He previously worked in Energy Intelligence’s Moscow and Singapore bureaus and was editor of International Oil Daily out of London.
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