Destination China for Australia

Destination China for Australia Australia remains far and away the largest LNG exporter to China, accounting for 40% of Chinese imports in September 2020, four times the imports from the next highest suppliers, Qatar, Indonesia and Malaysia. Increased custom’s authority restrictions so far don’t appear to have affected Australian exports of LNG to China, despite other products being so. An estimated 23.5 million tonnes has already been delivered this year, much in keeping with last year’s volume. Whilst all 12 Australian LNG plants export to China, the three Gladstone projects on the East coast account for around half of all exports. The 8.5 million t/y, 2-train Queensland Curtis LNG (QCL

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