Chinese Tariffs on LNG, Oil May Hit US Bid for Energy Dominance
U.S. LNG "producers will try to move to other locations," said Dominick Chirichella, director of risk management, trading and advisory services at EMI DTN in New York, noting there will likely be a "big push" to places like Europe and Japan.
"It's tough to say whether that would offset the loss of LNG from China, so until producers get reorganized, it could slow down some of the exports," he said.
(Reporting by Scott DiSavino and Aizhu Chen Additional reporting by Jessica Resnick-Ault and Andres Guerra Luz in New York, Collin Eaton in Houston and Josephine Mason in Beijing Writing by David Gaffen Editing by Chris Reese)
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