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S&P Global Platts senior natural gas writer Harry Weber and Platts Analytics team lead for North America natural gas Ross Wyeno preview the upcoming LNG2019 conference in Shanghai with natural gas managing editor Joe Fisher.

The conference will bring together global liquefaction terminal developers, end users and traders interested in buying capacity.

The US will be a key player during the conference, and the question of whether trade tensions with China will ease or escalate will be on many people's minds, as officials from both countries continue to meet in Beijing and Washington.