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Listen: China's appetite for imported gas waning amid slowing economic growth

In this podcast, Yen Ling Song, Platts senior writer, and Max Gostelow, Platts associate editor, talk about the slowdown in China’s gas demand growth, the country’s appetite for imported gas, and market expectations on gas price movement given the recent decline in oil prices.


This is the latest in a series of podcasts aimed at highlighting significant news stories from around the energy world. Check back every week for the latest update.


We welcome any feedback or suggestions for topics. Contact us at webeditor@platts.com.