Trade war threatens construction of up to 20 LNG terminals

The trade war between the United States and China is placing at risk the multibillion-dollar construction market for new liquefied natural gas terminals around the U.S.

At one point, American exports of the superchilled natural gas to China were hailed as a possible way to end the trade imbalance between the two countries. But, on Aug. 3, China said it may place a 25% tariff on U.S. LNG if the Trump administration imposes a threatened $200 billion of tariffs on Chinese products.

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