China’s oil imports slow but gas holds out: WoodMac
The electrification of its transport sector and any escalation in the US-China trade war will pull back growth in China’s oil imports. The country’s natural gas demand, however, may continue to expand in the double-digit band, because this cleaner-burning fossil fuel is now integral to its blue-sky policies
Natural gas demand in China may continue to see double-digit growth, but its oil imports are predicted to slow along with the economy
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