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Last week began with the news of the gas market. China intends to weaken its dependence on imported gas by increasing productivity in its shale fields.

The main reason is the tightening of the trade conflict with the United States, which has significantly affected the Chinese economy. Experts point out that because of this, the growth rate of demand for natural gas this year will decline. However, Beijing does not stop efforts to increase productivity in its fields. In the light of the current political and economic situation, the elimination of dependence on imported gas is a particularly important task for the Asian state. This year, natural gas consumption in China will increase by 10% to 310 billion cubic meters. This indicator will grow until 2050.

In 2018, the growth rate of gas demand amounted to 17.5%. At the same time, despite trade duties, China is still the second largest buyer of US LNG.
Once again, Iran was in the spotlight. President Hassan Rouhani said that Iran will never again conduct bilateral negotiations with the United States. However, if all U.S. sanctions are lifted, there is a possibility that Iran will take part in multilateral international negotiations over the 2015 nuclear deal. “We have been offered many times to meet with the United States, but our answer has always been and will be negative,” Rouhani said on Iranian radio. The US president, Donald Trump, although he adheres to the strategy of “maximum pressure” on Iran, nevertheless, on several occasions did offer the leaders of the warring countries to meet in order to end the confrontation. “If Europeans can buy our oil, and we again gain access to our accounts, then we will begin to comply with the terms of the transaction,” added Rouhani.

A little later, the addition came out. Iran will return to its obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA), the 2015 Tehran Nuclear Program Agreement, only if it receives a $ 15 billion loan to support its oil sales for four months, as stipulated in the draft French rescue plan nuclear deal. This statement was made by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic Abbas Arakchi. According to him, “serious disagreements on the agenda” remain on the path to maintaining the nuclear deal in force in Iran’s negotiations with the remaining three European countries - Britain, France and Germany.

In the situation with Iran, China plays an active role. Over the next 5 years, China will invest $ 280 billion in Iran’s oil and gas complex, and it will purchase the resulting millions of barrels of oil and billions of cubic meters of gas at discounts without regard to US sanctions. Amid the trade war, Beijing’s investment will be a challenge to the United States and a real bomb for the United States oil and gas industry. They are still hoping for a resumption of oil and gas supplies to China, which is today the fastest growing hydrocarbon market. In late August, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif visited his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi and presented a roadmap to the agreement on strategic partnership between Iran and China, signed in 2016, writes the Petroleum Economist. At the same time, the Iranian source of the publication reports that the public will not be informed about many important details of the document, which can change the global balance of oil and gas. The main pillar of the renewed agreement will be China’s $ 280 billion investment in Iran’s energy sector over the next five years. Over the next five years, another $ 120 billion is expected to be invested in Iran’s transport and industrial infrastructure.

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